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Sum 41 - Some Say

Some say we're never meant to grow up
I'm sure they never knew enough
I know the pressures won't go away
It's too late

Find out the difference somehow
It's too late to even have faith
Don't think things will ever change
You must be dreaming

[Chorus:]
Think before you make up your mind
You don't seem to realize
I can do this on my own
And if I fall, I'll take it all
It's so easy after all

Believe me 'cause now's the time to try
Don't wait, the chance will pass you by
Time's up to figure it out
You can't say it's too late

Seems like everything we knew
Turned out were never even true
Don't trust, things will never change
You must be dreaming (Dreaming}

[Chorus:]

Some say we're better off without
Knowing what life is all about
I'm sure they'll never realize the way
It's too late

Somehow it's different everyday
In some ways it never fades away
Seems like it's never gonna change
I must be dreaming (Dreaming x2)

Think before you make up your mind
You don't seem to realize
I can do this on my own

[Chorus:]

Believe me, it's alright
It's so easy after all
Believe me, it's alright
It's so easy after all

"Some Say" is the third single from Sum 41's 2004 album, Chuck. It was released in Canada and Japan only and had an accompanying music video. "No Reason" was released instead in the US and Europe. While playing it live on the Go Chuck Yourself live album, Deryck says "this song is about your very, very, very confused parents. The Music video starts out with the band members in a car, everyone but Deryck exits, and he starts singing. The video also features reverse editing of people doing various things, such as accidentally dropping groceries, with shots of the band in between, in the end of the video soldiers rush people away from doing mundane things such as grilling steak and sitting on a couch, while the rest of the band walks back to the car Deryck is still in the car singing and they drive off. The set used maintains some resemblance with the one used in the movie Dogville by Lars von Trier, where there aren't walls and the floor has lines that indicate the different spaces.

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