#1
ok ok before you tell me its corny in any way, I already know.
Its just some Blink 182 style punk song is the best way I can categorize it.
This is the thing with me, I do a bunch of genres with me and our band.
Anything from Classic Rock to Metal, to Blues, to, well this style.
If you can't already tell, its basically about me, and how I feel like I **** every situation up.

Ill answer this before you ask also:

The first part of the first verse is just something I was famous for in 8th grade back in 2004.
In their computer lab things I was with my friends totally messing around, and I did a very stupid thing that got me in trouble with the FBI and suspended for a week to put it simply.


its just a simple, light-hearted(I'm not sure if this is even the word I'm looking for, or if it describes what I want to say, but whatever ) kind of pop punk type song.



Intro Chorus:
I can't take it back
You won't let me
I ****ed up
so stop and just breathe
-
Im not some God
Dont wanna forsake you
our times together leave me
blackened and blue


Verse:
8th grade what a year,
Osamas in my basement,
the Federal Bereau hears
-
now three years later,
its to only you I cater,
****ing up bad is my alma mater


Chorus:
I can't take it back
You won't let me
I ****ed up
so stop and just breathe


Verse:
With a girl or with a friend,
to **** things up,
on myself I can depend
-
what to you was said?
now my love has bled,
was the whole ****ing fight,
just staged in my head?


Outro Chorus:
I can't take it back
You won't let me
I ****ed up
so stop and just breathe
-
Im not some God
Dont wanna forsake you
our times together leave me
blackened and blue
Last edited by airedaletheband at Sep 9, 2006,
#2
Not bad, I can definitely feel the punk flavor of the lyrics. I like the chorus a lot, btw, it definitely shows that you feel what you did in 8th grade was stupid and you really want to take it back. The only thing is that the second part of the intro and outro choruses (I'm not some God...) doesn't really make sense. Was this also about a relationship that went sour?
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