Drift

Album: Single Release Only (2011)
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Songfacts®:

  • Emily Osment played the lead in the 2011 ABC Family film Cyberbully in which this song appeared. She wrote it herself; the song is thematic of a young girl (or anyone) who feels with more than a little justification that the world is against her.

    In the film, Osment endures torment after she gets a computer and signs up on a Facebook-like social networking site. She realizes that in this world, she is disposable:

    I am
    Just another nothing
    Line me up, I'll fold in
    And then be gone

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    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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