Who Sang One of a Kind? Much the Same

Much the Same Quitters Never Win cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2003-5-20
Genre: Rock Pop
Style: Punk
length: 2:22
About the true loves we've all lost and the ones we never had
Vicariously reliving the pain of saying goodbye to you
Has left me wondering exactly what you've been up to
I've long since gotten over the aftermath of my mistakes
Had pointed out to me the error of my ways
But the little things keep showing up inside my mind
And a better friend than you were I don't think that I can find
But now seeing you again
Reminds me thankfully of why the bar was raised so high
I'm not writing you this song
To say I want you back it's simply that I hope I'll never lose you again
I think about the days we spent together
I come to realize it's all blurry and I can't remember
All that much except how happy we both were back then
And how these days I'm not even sure if I can call you friend

CD 1
  • 1 Wish
  • 2 Conclusion
  • 3 New Years
  • 4 Liar
  • 5 Masquerade
  • 6 Hits Home
  • 7 Quitters Never Win
  • 8 One of a Kind
  • 9 Miss the Pain
  • 10 Someday Not Soon
  • 11 Still Falling?
  • 12 Father & Son

  • Release information
    label: A‐F Records
    country(area): United States
    format: CD
    script: Latin