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Hey, I'm back after a few months of writers block!

I'll let you wonder what this is about.

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Just Like You
Tom Parson 2005

Verse 1
I don't think i can live if it's not as easy as this,
Prejudice, hypocrisy... all these words that seperate you from me

There are faces everywhere, but i can't seem to find anyone that cares
By now, it's far too late, who knew you were so fake?

Chorus
Have i got some kind of a problem?
Do i not look the same as you do?
Can you not see past someone else's opinion?
Can you not see I'm just like you?

Verse 2
Every day is a struggle, a fight to see if i can pull
Myself through this wall of grinning... faces but they're winning... again

What is it that seperates us, can we not leave it?
Who is it that parts us, can you not feel it?

[ Chorus ]

Bridge
In your face of reflection i speak these words...
Wondering what to do

In your voice of imitation no comfort is given
Crying at me, at you

In your eyes of comfort i see no sympathy,
Staring back at me

Your expression is frozen, your eyes are bare
As if you're leaving me be

[ Chorus ]


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