Adams, Ryan - Not To Self: Don't Die Lyrics




I'm as blue
I'm as blue as the ocean is true, it's just refelctions of the sky
I'm as cold
I'm as cold as the stories you told but never sick enough to die

Note to self: don't change for anyone
Note to self: don't die
Note to self: don't change for anyone
Don't change, just lie

I'm as sick
I'm as crass as the things in your past, you wished that you could let them go
Caged birds
Caged animals starving for class
In your house when you're alone

Note to self: don't change for anyone
Note to self: don't die
Note to self: don't change for anyone
Don't change, just lie

Who do you call when you're alone
Nobody, baby
Who do you want to be, figure out and just let me know
Don't change, don't change, don't change
Just let me go
Just let me go
Just let me go





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  1. ducktravisty louisiana

    I love this song. I also love "So Alive" and "Wish You Were Here" by Ryan Adams along with basically worshiping the guys entire catalog.  I attended an acoustic show of his a couple of years ago. At one point in the show a girl yelled out "Play So Alive". Ryan proceeded to explain that he would not play "So Alive" and went as far to tell the story of how the entire "Rock n Roll" album was a joke. Apparently he got into a dispute with his record company at the time over the "Love Is Hell" album and they didn't want to release it.....they were looking for more commercial slash marketable material. Ryan said "OK" and came back in less than two weeks with what essentially is the "Rock n Roll" album. He told the girl and everyone else at the show that he wrote every song on that album in an instant as a joke to the record company. This only goes to prove how amazing Ryan Adams really is.

    Melissa Ferrer

    Damnnn! I'm so chocked right now! I love this album so much.

    MyMotherTheCar

    Nah, that's bullshit. He made that story up to save face after Rock N Roll tanked. It's a shame too, because it's by far the most interesting record he ever made.