Thank You

Album: Still Not Getting Any (2004)
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  • Written by lead singer Pierre Bouvier and drummer Chuck Comeau, this song is about two best friends who have a falling out. Bouvier sings about feeling betrayed by his former friend, and mockingly thanks him for showing him that certain people cannot be trusted. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Ollie - London, England

Comments: 5

  • Amanda from Victoria, Bc, BcI'm the above mentioned Amanda Walker - *waves at Scott* - You geek!
    Through thick and thin, best and worst, I'll always be here for you!
  • Marissa from Akron, OhI'd like to dedicate this song to *anonymous*... I thought I could tell you anything without you judging me but I guess I was wrong. Maybe if you could grow up just a little we'll be friends again. And despite what you might think, I do not think I'm better than you and never have, except that if my friend confessed something to me, I wouldn't freak out on them.
  • Scott from Kamloops, BcThis song always makes me sad because a friend of mine once told me that this was how I made her feel. I would like to use this to apoligize to Amanda Walker who even after all I've done still considers me a friend today. "Thank You" Amanda. I don't think that I would have ever survived through all I've been through without you.
  • Amy from Bizzo,'s to you... b**ch!
  • Brittany from Townsville, AustraliaI love this song. I know what it is like to be betrayed by a friend and have a fallin out witha friend as well. SP u rock :)
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