(Now you're just somebody that I used to know)

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  • Somebody, I used to know
    Somebody, now you're just somebody that I used to know
    Somebody, I used to know
    Somebody, now you're just somebody that I used to know

    Somebody, I used to know
    Somebody, now you're just somebody that I used to know
    Somebody, I used to know
    Somebody, now you're just somebody that I used to know

  • But you didn't have to cut me off
    Make out like it never happened and that we were nothing
    And I don't even need your love
    But you treat me like a stranger and that feels so rough
    No, you didn't have to stoop so low
    Have your friends collect your records and then change your number
    I guess that I don't need that though
    Now you're just somebody that I used to know

    But you didn't have to cut me off
    Make out like it never happened and that we were nothing
    And I don't even need your love
    But you treat me like a stranger and that feels so rough
    No, you didn't have to stoop so low
    Have your friends collect your records and then change your number
    I guess that I don't need that though
    Now you're just somebody that I used to know

    Dollycas More than 1 year ago
    Dollycas’s Thoughts I will not lie, David Bell has become one of my favorite suspense authors, right up there with Harlan Coben. When I see he has a new book coming out I have to have it and read it right away. In Somebody I Used To Know Bell he introduces us to Nick Hansen, a man trying to move forward while a big part of him is stuck in the past. Twenty years ago his college girlfriend, Marissa, died in a fire just 2 days after breaking up with him. His failure to put this behind him ruined his marriage and has him in a constant holding pattern. One day he sees someone that looks just like the girl that died. She even uses the same mannerisms. He realizes it can’t be her but she has to be related to Marissa. He tries to find out but the girl runs away. The next day the police come to his door and tell him the girl has been murdered and that she had his address in her pocket. He is their main suspect. Those days from all those years ago come flooding back, there has to be a connection to Marissa and he is going to find it and prove he did not kill the girl too! I started reading and could not put this book down. I immediately became invested in Nick and his journey to find the truth. I thought I knew how this story was going to play out and I was partially right, a very small part. Bell threw in there quite a few unexpected twists which keep giving me more and more clues to decipher as I was led through a very riveting read. Like every other book Bell has written the story has many layers and an intoxicating pace. You think just one more chapter and before you know it you have reached the end of the book. I lost a distant relative to a campus fire several years ago that was wrapped up very quickly even though many questions were left unanswered so I found the story to be believable. Bell has grown so much as a writer from his start with Cemetery Girl. He continues to just keep getting better and better.

  • KALKY More than 1 year ago
    In David Bell's new novel, forty-year-old Nick Hansen sees a young woman in the grocery store who looks shockingly similar to his now-dead college girlfriend, Marissa Minor. When he approaches the girl and asks if she has ties to the Minor family, the girl runs away. The next day, Nick finds the police at his door, and they're investigating that same girl's murder--and wondering why she had Nick's name and address in her pocket when she died. What follows is a well written thriller with great pacing and a sometimes frustrating but always likeable protagonist. Nick Hansen is so hung up on the past, I wanted to smack him at times. However, as the book progresses, it becomes obvious that he's hung up on the past with good reason. Bell does a great job with his representation of a college relationship: the hope, love, promise, and lust that comes with youth and freedom. He also keeps the plot moving and develops tension and suspense throughout the book. There are many twists and turns throughout SOMEBODY I USED TO KNOW, but with tight prose, Bell ensures the reader can keep up with the narrative. Thus far, every new book by David Bell has been better than his previous ones, and SOMEBODY I USED TO KNOW is no exception. I enjoyed it and highly recommend it to fans of the genre, and I look forward to David Bell's next novel. Hopefully his trend of improving with each new book continues!

    No, you didn't have to stoop so low
    Have your friends collect your records and then change your number
    I guess that I don't need that though
    Now you're just somebody that I used to know
    Now you're just somebody that I used to know
    Now you're just somebody that I used to know

(Now you're just somebody that I used to know) [x2]

Somebody That I Used To Know is from the Gotye album Making Mirrors
Single and film clip released by Eleven: A Music Company
Release/catalogue number: ELEVENDIG100
Release date: Jul 11, 2011