Old Song – It Wasn’t Worth It

I wrote this song back in 2005, my senior year of college.  It’s a sad song about suicide that tied in with a presentation that a group of fellow students and I put together.  Our presentation was the best there ever was (I thought so anyway), but we didn’t get all that great of a grade.  We must have made the professors cry too much or something.  Anyways, it’s a tear jerker, but it remains what I consider to be one of the best songs I’ve written.


Lyrics are after the jump.

Lyrics:

Could I have known
That she felt that way
Could I have known
I would never have said it that way

And the blame
It rests upon my head
It’s the same thing
As if I shot her dead

An early grave for my best friend
I should have listened when she said

It’s not worth it

And now I’m stuck here in pain
And she has died in vain

Could I have been there
Maybe she would still
Be right here
And we could grow old and frail

An early grave for my best friend
I should have listened when she said

It’s not worth it
It wasn’t worth it

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