"Well, I Am" is a short song paying respect to all the emo and punk acts before with very short, and to the point tunes. It describes a scene of a breakup where neither party wants to, but both know that they have to. There is an air of bitterness at the end like most breakups have. Originally written for an unnamed band Andrew Stacy and Colin Fedorchak were going to start.
"I hope you're happy
with the choices that you've made,
because of them now I can't trust
That's what she said to me
as I was crying
in an alley
trying to make amends,
I hoped that we could just stay friends.
But now I'm happy
with the choices that I've made,
without them I wouldn't be
half of who I am today.
And to be completely honest,
you taught me most all my knowledge
when it comes on how to love another human.