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4 AM Lyrics By Our Lady Peace Songs Album: Clumsy Year: 1997 I walked around my good intentions And found that there were none I blame my father for the w

Our Lady Peace - 4 A
Our Lady Peace - 4 AM


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Album: Clumsy
Released: 1997

4 AM Lyrics


I walked around my good intentions
And found that there were none
I blame my father for the wasted years, we hardly talked
I never thought I would forget this hate

Then a phone call made me realize I'm wrong
And if I don't make it known that I've loved you all along
Just like sunny days that we ignore
Because we're all dumb and jaded
And, and I hope to God I figure out what's wrong

I walked around my room not thinking
Just sinking in this box
I blame myself for being too much, like somebody else
I never thought I would just bend this way

Then a phone call made me realize I'm wrong
And if I don't make it known that I've loved you all along
Just like sunny days that we ignore
Because we're all dumb and jaded
And, and I hope to God I figure out what's wrong

And I hope to God I figure out what's wrong
And I hope to God I figure out what's wrong

If I don't make it known that I've loved you all along
Just like sunny days that we ignore
Because we're all dumb and jaded
And I hope to God I figure out what's wrong

And if I don't make it known that I've loved you all along
Just like sunny days that we ignore
Because we're all dumb and jaded
And, and I hope to God I figure out what's wrong
Writer/s: MAIDA/LANNI
Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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4 AM
  • The title has two meanings. The song was written at 4 in the morning, and lead singer Raine Maida's father's initials are A.M., so it's "For A.M."
  • From an article in the Edmonton Journal, February 9, 2000: "Put Raine Maida on a stage in front of thousands of fans - even those of angry Scottish variety - and he relishes the experience. Put Maida on that same stage in front of his father, and the singer would rather escape into the wings. It doesn't matter if Maida's father is enveloped by hundreds of others - the devilish, brooding frontman of Our Lady Peace still doesn't feel at peace with his dad around. Despite six years of touring, Maida only discovered his discomfort last week, a few days after the launch of Our Lady Peace's national tour for Happiness...Is Not A Fish That You Can Catch. Following the moody rock band's show in Toronto, Maida knew he wasn't happy with his performance, but couldn't quite put his finger on the reason. It finally dawned on him during the band's subsequent gig in Montreal. "Every time I have to play Toronto, I know my dad is in the crowd and it basically destroys me," says Maida. "This time, I felt like I couldn't even speak properly. I just realized (my discomfort) after the show in Montreal, because it was such a great show. It felt so much more comfortable. I don't know why I'm telling you this.... It was a little bit of an epiphany for me, I guess." (thanks, Todd - Flin Flon, Canada)

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