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Nobody notices me. Nobody thinks Im me. But then I look less like me than most of the people coming to our concerts
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"Nobody notices me. Nobody thinks I'm me. But then I look less like me than most of the people coming to our concerts"

- Robert Smith

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This quote by Robert Smith talks with the feeling of invisibility as well as loneliness that many individuals experience. It reflects the idea that even when bordered by individuals, it can still feel like no one notifications or appreciates you. Smith is most likely referring to the truth that he looks various than a lot of individuals attending his shows, and that this difference makes him seem like he doesn't fit in. He might seem like he is not seen or appreciated for that he is, and that he is not accepted by the individuals around him. This quote talks with the suggestion that also when bordered by people, it can still seem like you are alone which no person notifications or appreciates you. It is a reminder that also when we seem like we do not fit in, we are still beneficial and deserving of love and acceptance.

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England Flag This quote is written / told by Robert Smith somewhere between April 21, 1959 and today. He/she was a famous Musician from England. The author also have 25 other quotes.

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