Sam Jacobs

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Folk - Rock | Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 244   
Member Since: 2007
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

This is about people who start using drugs because they either think it's cool, or they feel other people will think they're cool because of it.

Story Behind the Song

I had a friend growing up who was always begging for attention whether it was from his friends, parents, girls or even people who didn't know him. By the time we got to be 17, 18 years old, smoking pot and dropping acid turned into doing harder drugs for

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Lyrics

Verse1:
You're never wrong. I'm always wrong when I'm speaking to you. It's been so long. It's been so long that I feel like a fool. Have you felt that way too?

Chorus:
Now that we're back here again can this argument end? If we all make amends than we'll all still be friends start with you. And this rhythm man's feet that's been thrown to the street has been called incomplete and I just can't stop thinking we're screwed. Especially you, you know you're in this too.

Verse2:
You're always wrong. You're always wrong when you call me a fool. You tag along. You'd follow the devil if you thought he was cool. You'd probably follow me too.

Chorus2:
Let's not start fighting again with our swords and our pens cause the tide's coming in and it's time to give in to the truth. I must get down on my knees cause the rhythm man hes got a dime and a piece and he's wondering if I'm coming too. How about you, would you like to be cool?

Chorus3:
You've got too much time on your hands better start making plans you should find some more friends maybe 8, 9 or 10 just like you. One day I'll see you again holding rhythm man's hand with your head in the sand just beggin the man for a few. Look what you put yourself through just to be cool.

Song Length
4:04
Genre
Folk - Rock
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English

Lyric Credits Sam Jacobs
Music Credits Sam Jacobs
Producer Credits Sam Jacobs
Performance Credits Sam Jacobs on Rhythm and Lead Guitar, Bass and Vocals