The Way You Like It

Album: Adema (2001)
Charted: 61


  • This song is about the rise to fame and how it changes people. Lead singer Mark Chavez makes it clear that he will always remember what it was like before he hit it big, and wants his doubters to know that he made it. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Noah - Swansea, United Kingdom

Comments: 1

  • Zero from Nowhere, Nj"They would always say I'll never be sh!t, but look at me now, look at me now!"

    "Don't live with shame, 'cause feelings change, but fame remains."

    Kind of ironic/bittersweet, as this song and "Giving In" was the extent of their success.
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