Bread - Look At Me Lyrics

I'm driftin' down the street
Asking of all I meet
Don't you know me from somewhere
Hazel eyes and curly hair
Have you seen me anywhere
Look at me
I'm blending into the wall
And I wonder if I'm really here at all

Time goes by
So do I
But no one blinks an eye
Mirrors aren't reflecting me
Laws aren't protecting
And no one's expecting me
On the edge
I feel like I'm going to fall
And I wonder if I'll never land at all

Loneliness comes and stays
Torturing nights and days
People stare but cannot speak
Hearts are strong
But tongues are weak
Maybe all our minds are meek
Look at me
I'm fading into the floor
And I wonder if I'm living anymore.

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  1. Kevin Chouinard

    Beautiful, beautiful song!!!

  2. Grahame Green

    Insignificance to loneliness... 50 years ago strolling towards a pretty face, hoping to share a smile as your eyes made contact. 50 years on and almost everyone is transfixed by the phone... From the excitement of unexpected glee to Online Dating! Significant progress?

  3. Tom Baker

    I bought this album, the group's debut, on its release in 1969 & although, in my opinion, they went on to write & record better material, they never recaptured its special feel. This particular track, one of the highlights, defines 'loss-of-identity' loneliness like no other song you'll ever hear. A classic.

  4. Nietzsche's Mustache

    Men and boys have been rejected. We are useless.


    Just pray to find your other half, starting by loving yourself

  5. Chris Marshall

    An absolutely gorgeous song. Maybe their best, even.

  6. Марина Курсинова

    Here after Slayer's Raining Blood. :)

    Mirek Bieniak

    I am here after Vader`s cover of the same song:)

  7. sana anwar

    I wonder how I never came across this too.. love it.. story of my life.. sometimes.. too often.. I wonder if I'll ever land at all

  8. Liza Cyno

    Where did this one come from?! My parents never played this one!

    Chris Marshall

    their very first album, from 1969. Before they made it big, really.

  9. apol77lo

    One of the most somber of David's songs and as always, absolutely great. Bread was so amazing.