Someone Else's Life

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lyrics

My suit doesn't suit me
My skin doesn't fit me
and neither does my hair
Doing my job is more than my job's worth
it's a job in itself to care
None of my folks
Get any of my jokes
My wife doesn't understand me
My friends arent so friendly
My relatives are relatively alien to me

I looked in the mirror on Monday
Guess I wasnt feeling myself
I looked in the mirror on Tuesday
And found I was somebody else

Living someone else's life

Dunno how it could be
but the life I can see
well it just isn't me
no it just isn't me

This isn't my thing
It isn't my style
It's really not my bag
Here's a little song to
ask the bloke it all belongs to
if he wants it back

I don't know my face
It's been slowly replaced
by something less appealing
I've developed an aversion
to this old and faded version
and a sinking feeling

I looked in the mirror on Wednesday
a stranger looked me in the eyes
I looked in the mirror on Thursday
Saw someone I don't recognise

living someone else's life

Dunno how it could be
but the life I can see
well it just isn't me
no it just isn't me

Oh, someone else's life
Dunno how it could be
but the life I can see
well it just isn't me
no it just isn't me

i don't know how it happened
i don't know when it happened
i don't know why it happened
But I know it happened

I looked in the mirror on Friday
I've kind of got used to it now
I looked in the mirror this weekend
Will I finally learn to somehow
live someone else's life?

credits

from Thirteen O'Clock, released October 1, 2007
Music and Lyirics By Jim Bower
Arranged by Shatner
Produced by Will Jackson and Jim Bower

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