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Are you aware of what you make me feel,
Right now I feel invisible to you, like I'm not reeeaaaal
Didn't you feel me lock my arms around you
Why did you turn away
Here's what I have to

I was left to cry
Their waiting outside
Their grinnin with the wall stare
That's when I decided
Should I care
Cause you weren't there when I was scared
I was so alone
You, you need to listen
I'm starting to trip
I'm losing my grip
And I'm in this thing alone
Am I just some chick you place beside you
To take somebodies place
When you turn around can you reconize, my face
You used to love me
You used to hug me
But that wasn't the case
Everything wasn't ok


Crying out loud
I'm crying out loud
Crying out loud
I'm crying out loud
Open your eyes
Open up wide
Why should I care
Cause you weren't there
When I was scared
I was so alone...
If you don't care
Then I don't care
We're not going anywhere...

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    UnregisteredMar 3, 2012 at 10:33 pm
    It's called "losing grip". It's a very powerful song. Avril can't sing it so good now like she could when she was 17, but it's nice that she still sing it with her light voice.

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