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How To Save A Life

by

The Fray



Songfacts®:  You can leave comments about the song at the bottom of the page.

In an interview with USA Today, lead singer Isaac Slade explained that he wrote this song about an experience he had working at a camp for troubled youths: "One of the kids I was paired up with was a musician. Here I was, a protected suburbanite, and he was just 17 and had all these problems. And no one could write a manual on how to save him. I got a lot of email about it. One kid died in a car accident, and I guess it had been the last song he downloaded from his computer. They played it at his funeral, and some of his friends got 'Save a life' tattooed on their arms. The response has been overwhelming." (thanks, jaque - alvin, TX)
In the February 2007 Observer Music Monthly, Slade said: "I still get an incredible number of emails about that song. We've got friends who think it's great not having to think because they're drunk or high. But there's a better way to be happy." (thanks, Edward Pearce - Ashford, Kent, England)
This song took off after it appeared on the second season of the hit ABC TV show Grey's Anatomy. The song was used in the episode "Superstition" after the show's music supervisor saw The Fray perform in Los Angeles. The song became a minor hit after being used in the episode, then gained more popularity when it was used in the promotional campaign for the third season of Grey's Anatomy.
On September 21, 2006, a Grey's Anatomy version of the music video (similar to the one made for Snow Patrol's "Chasing Cars ") was shown prior to the third season premiere of the show. The song was also released as one of the tracks on the Grey's Anatomy, Vol. 2 soundtrack album, and would later be used in the trailer for the Australian release of the show.
This was also featured on the Scrubs episode "My Lunch," as well as the episode "My Night to Remember," where the character J.D. looks back on the awkward moments in his life and says how "That Fray song starts playing." When this song starts playing, J.D. quickly says, "No not that Fray song!" and "She Is" starts playing instead.
Other TV appearances for this song include One Tree Hill, The Hills, 8th & Ocean and Cold Case. HBO used the song for its "Summer Image" television campaign, and it was also used in the trailer for the film Reign Over Me. (thanks, Bertrand - Paris, France, for above 4)
Lead guitarist David Welsh told ilikemusic.com the story of this song: "The song came about very organically. Isaac had this idea on the piano of this kind of lullaby. Then he concocted this repetitious drum beat that moved the lullaby along with Ben. The lyrics came from an experience Isaac had with a teenager he was mentoring who was struggling with drugs and addiction. It was just a very natural process, the song developed and the lyrics fitted very well."
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Comments (87):

I had a friend named Lexi whom I grew up with, by freshman year we grew apart, I started making new friends, she lost most of her friends, one night she calls me when I am at a party, she says, I need you more than ever right now, I told her I cant talk right now... three days later she shot herself... there was a note left for me saying... you did wrong when I needed you the most, now all you will here is my pathetic ghost.
- spencer, Eugene, OR
wow theres a lot of comments took me a while to read them all, one comment that really struck home for me was by - Timmy, Mukilteo, WA
"suicude is almost impossible to stop. the last thing a suicidal person wants is to be told not to kill themselves. the problem with society is that people dont care until the last possible moment of someones life."
and thats true people enjoy watching others pain in currently in yr 9 at highschool and whenever a fight breaks out people run to watch it and record it on there phones because they get there sick kicks out of it i think i have bipolar disorder and anxiety, i can barly sit in a class with out feeling like some one is going to hurt me or i start hyperventilating normally when i can tell this is going to happen i get a note and "go to the bathroom" i get picked on a bit and im scared to tell my parents because i dont want to be an even bigger dissapointment to them than i already am some of my close friends no and my ex who has turned out to be 1 of my best friends he still loves me but im not good enough for him the guy i am currently with who i love has his own problems and i dont wont to stress him more by telling him this iv had a few people tell me to go die and iv considered it but iv never sucked it up because i have this stupid delusion that some one might actually care...
- Ezmryder, nsw, Australia
We all are gifted, life says, follow what we see, cont. to as we help one another. Thank you for the beauty in your lyrics. Very sight as seen. Thank You..*
- Kimberly, Landing, NJ
when i first heard the song i thought it had to do with a break up or child birth gone wrong or a bad doctors visit, also possible divorce. Its totally cool to see everyone s opinion on here,so thank you all for sharing you thoughts :)
- caleb, dallas, TX
Favorite song of all-time.
- Derek, Who Cares?, DC
To Stephen from Armenia, I will pray for you.
My mom served over seas for 9 months, not as bad as many people, and thank goodness not in the war zone. My dad decided he liked being single and divorced her after 17 years. She told me that she tried to hang herself and the only thng that kept her from not doing it right that moment in over seas was that she wanted all her work done and to make sure it was bad for the person that would find her. She told that to a person she was working for and he told the Doc. They helped her get therapy and shes still learning that shes perfect and it wasn't that my dad didn't want her or didn't love her or was happy without her, her had his own problems, ones that didn't include her at all. Though she has learned it, I can still hear her calling the suicide hotline. I hope just me saying I'm sorry will be enough.
- Grey, Fairfax, VA
Every time I hear this song it makes me cry... I wanted to commit suicide but thank God a friend helped me. But this song always reminds me of that...
- Mary, London, United Kingdom
Wow. I always liked the song but I guess I didnt pay that much attention to the lyrics. I figured that it was about a relationship on the brink of breaking up. Now after reading what the lead singer said on this site...it makes so much sense. I have my psych. degree and I have worked with suicidal people as well as those with addiction problems. I also have dealt with both in my family. Now the song has such a deeper meaning. You want so much to help people but sometimes its so hard to figure out how. Theres no manual on "how to save a life" in those situations. Sometimes if they are so lost and don't want saving, you feel you failed. Great song. I have a newfound respect for the Fray now.
- Nicki, Baltimore, MD
This is a very touching song. It makes sense that it has been used on such medical dramas like Grey's Anatomy and House, M.D. I don't recall hearing it on Scrubs but I'm sure it was used.
- Joel, Oxford, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
~I love how this one song brought all these ppl on this site together and how strangers are related.~
=]
- LaMonica, Nashville, TN
Really touching and emotional..many people have once thought about suicide..finally, some survive, while some get "free". How to save a life? Maybe we cannot -- as long as those people have been determined to end their own lives. Perhaps, it would be better if we never stop loving. Let them feel loved might be the best way to keep them from those sad thoughts, or at least, make it better. Love this piece so much...yeah it has never bored me.
- Kaisi, Shanghai, China
a kid in my class, my friend jace, died this summer.he was playing with a toy gun with his brother.it turned out the gun was real. the weird thing was that they had played with it before.his girlfriend moved after his death, so we ended up losing two friends that summer. his brother was a real jerk.everyone in our class gets teary-eyed when this song plays. to us, its not about suicide. its about how you never know when its going to happen or to whom.r.i.p. jace.
- Lauren, Lynn, AR
My son, committed suicide in January of this year, he was depressed and after his death someone left the words to some of these songs on his grave, I didnt know anything about this group, but can't help but feel that songs about suicide only makes matters worse for someone who is in a dangerous place (suicidal thoughts), (going through a bad divorce, etc.) why would anyone write songs about suicide knowing there are so many depressed people in the world.
Recently someone said to me, his life turned out like the words in a "Fray" song, about "you never called" very sad,
- Donna Brothers, West Blocton, AL
To Timmy in WA - I disagree. The problem with depression/suicidal thoughts is that if one is having these feelings they feel weak, and don't want to be perceived as such.
I think people DO care, but are unable to see the extent of pain someone is in because they usually try to fight those feelings and not let them show.
Any other feelings on the subject?
- Lisa, Milwaukee, WI, WI
Get so nostagic anytime i hear this song. Got this album when we were moving out of a neigbourhood i grow up in. So painfull seeing a sweet circle that spun 18 years spin its last.
- uzoma, kano, Other
welll i love this song but i think its about 2 friends and one believes in god and the other deosnt and the one freind is trying 2 convince the other one 2 become christian " hey i know how 2 save a life."
- Sarah, st paul , MN
Wow, this song really is deep, I don't see why anyone would not like this song, it has so much meaning to it!
- edward, rockledge, FL
To me this song is about losing a friend, whether that be by death or just growing apart. I also believe it could be about helping someone who obviously needs help but you don't know how or what to do to help them! the part "I would have stayed up with you all night had I known how to save a life" means the most to me, i think it is saying that If you knew there was something you could do or say to the person to help "save their life" you would stay up with them "all night" or do whatever you can to help them. This is a classic song that will be on radio play for years and years to come because of its relativeness.
- Dari, Florida, FL
my favorite part..."where did i go wrong i lost a friend somewhere along in the bitterness..." its such a versatile yet meaningful line. it seems about suicide at first glance but can be about a lot more things too.
IM SEEING THE FRAY LIVE IN 1 MONTH!! JUNE 28!
- hope, naperville, IL
suicude is almost impossible to stop. the last thing a suicidal person wants is to be told not to kill themselves. the problem with society is that people dont care until the last possible moment of someones life.
- Timmy, Mukilteo, WA
to me its about you and a friend, and you are trying to tell the him/her that they're are on the wrong path, but the person doesnt listen. So they head in different directions."she turns left and you stay right" and then your life is fine, but she/he ends in disaster and you lose 'em and you are wondering why did it happen and what u could have done to stop it. (where di i go wrong, i lost a friend, somewhere along in the bitterness". I had a friend and she left our school in depression and now i havent seen her in years. this song helps the eases my hurt. the fray pwns
- Ben, Greater Vancouver, BC
Sometimes the context and lyrics of a song easily overwhelm any specific concerns about the performance. The Frays "How to Save a Life" is one of those. Inspired by practical wisdom gained from working at a camp for troubled youths, Isaac Slade (the band's lead singer) words easily captivates many listeners. "How to Save a Life" tells astory about a friend, as well as a mentor, trying to save a life of a troubled teen. The Fray successfully entertains the listeners with their great song and capture some with the use of words on their lyrics.
- Paul, Manila, Philippines
Before when I heard the song, I started to cry badly. It reminds me of my deceased brother. He passed away one month before his 16th birthday. I didn't have the chance to see him for the last time. I've been away from home for one yr and a half. The last time I saw him was Sep. 5, 2007. He committed suicide on July 24, 2008.... There remains a feeling of guilt in me. I'm his older sis but just couldn't do anything to help him. I thought that I understood him but I was totally wrong. I'm such an uncaring person.
- Duyen, Murrieta, CA
This song is really deep
and it could be about so many different things if you really think about it
like when i first read the lyrics i thought it was about like some one being abused like in the part where it says they've changed
totally intense!
- Kat, candyland, WI
Thats a lot of comments
- Bob, Las Vegas, NV
I can relate to this song, because I lost my gramma...The words are so meaningfuland and true.Amaing band,amazing song ^^ ~Shilo~
- Shilo, Noneofyourbuisness, Italy
I do believe this is about people who mess up their lives and trying to save them from thier fault; drugs, suicide, mental illness, ect. It can be interpreted as a man & woman relationship, but it is sung by a man and is most likely talking about their friend.
- Alex, Rio Rancho, NM
awwwh,
this song is so upsetting, reading all your comments i get goosebumps, your stories are so sad. i know everyone feels alone and that they are th eonly one with problems, but i realise, its not jsut me with life changing experiences gained at a young age
let us all take strength from these wise words =]
take care and love to all
- Elena, Port M., Australia
ooooohhh,so thats why he made that song so people would listen to others and care about what they are trying to say......this song reminds me of my grandpa.................i miss him so much but hes in a better place now so im sure hes happy and isnt going to let anyone hurt me..........also he will be proud if i achive my goals..........thanks the fray!!!!!!!!!
- Shadelle, Columbia, SC
I tried to kill myself. To everyone around me I could not explain what I was feeling. This song has so much depth and emotion it really helps me when im feeling down. And the lyrics are right, No one knows how to save a life.
- Chris, newport beach , CA
this song really means a lot to me. they played it on the radio when i got to know that my best friend had killed himself. it describes so much how much you want to help a loved one, but you just can't.
And i'd have stayed up with you all night, had i known how to save a life..........~*RIP Lexy*~
- Marie, Laubach, Germany
This song explains my life for this year my aunt is in the hospital because she had a stroke and she is about to die.And my uncle shot his brains out when i was right beside of him(one of the worst things you could ever see trust me i know).
And my great grandma died to soright now my life sucks and this song is about the only friend i have right now because the whole family is saying i killed every one who died and i didn't ,of course , why would i do that gosh it's times like these you think life is just not worth living.=[
- Bailey Wilson, Tazewell, TN
I first heard this song about 3 months ago. I had just returned from Iraq without either of my legs and shrapnel in my spine leaving me totally paralyzed. My only family (wife and son) had to drive 8 hours to get to the hospital only to get gunned down by a man who had just lost his dog to a bald eagle. My son at the age of only 4 months was shot 134 times and my wife being hit 112 times. I will never forget the words that my wife screamed out as she went down in that hospital waiting room "AAAGGGGHHHHH!!!!" i just really think this song speaks for me in my time of agony.
- stephen, Non-existentvile, Armenia
This song is so sad. It made me cry when I first heard it.
- zoey, Phoenix, AZ
drug addiction - suicide - father or someone trying to help their son.

Try to slip past his defense
Without granting innocence
Lay down a list of what is wrong
The things you've told him all along
And pray to God he hears you
And pray to God he hears you
- Susan, Westchestertonfieldville, VA
what is great about this song is that everyone who loves it gets it at such a different level, and I wouldn't be here without it. (no offense, Fio and El, you helped me out alot too) I think that is about some one who wants to kill themselves and the people who help them out.
- katie, Hopewell Junction, NY
Omg this song really touches me...i really didnt understand it in the beginning but its all clear now..it reminds me of me and how all my friends used to tell me that i needed to change and i always turned my nose up at them i made on of those 2 choices and now i regret it
- Sarah, Lahoma, OK
I first heard this song shortly after my brother died. He was an alcoholic, and after watching a parent as an alcoholic, I deemed any help hopeless, and never even tried to help him. This song sums it all up for me.
- Marie, Seattle, WA
This song reminds me of a guy that was at one time my best friend. When my friend was going through his divorce, I would talk to him on the phone every night until he would fall asleep, because after 13 years of marriage, being alone at night made it almost impossible for him to sleep, and by me talking to him, it took away his loneliness. My husbands jealousy eventually made it impossible for us to remain close. The hardest thing that I've ever had to do was walk away from him.
- Michele, Houston, TX
My friend Jake died of a drug overdose, and this describes exactly how it was in the months preceding his death. Everyone tried so hard to help him, to get him in rehab and let him know how much we cared, but he pushed away every single person who called him on his addiction, and became a different person altogether. This will always be my anthem for him. RIP Jake A.
- Stephanie, Pittsburgh, PA
woooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo.................... this is a grat song =)
- stike, aurora, Canada
i think of this song as a fight between a guy and a girlbut i see y ppl think of it as a father and sone or helping ppl out with a problem but this song is a grat one my best friend whenerver she is sad she will go to her room and listin to this song
- stike, aurora, Canada
Does anyone here watch scrubs? I do and there is an episode called "My Lunch." they play this as a certain patient dies while the doctors are trying to save him. It was so sad it made me cry. There is something about this song that brnigs out so much emotion whenever people listen to it. It is a great song.
- mikko, Chicago, IL
WOW... I cant really explain why this song REALLy is so powerful, but if you know then you know... thats some deep stuff.... its like a 3 min version of my life for the past 3 yrs... awesome
- Lauren, Jackson, MS
This song makes me cry every time I hear it. It reminds me of my friend who was killed in a car accident, my senior year of high school.
- Kristin, Santa Maria, CA
this song reminds me of philip, he died in a big bike accident just this september 23,2007... just meters away from their home..they played this at his funeral.. dude we'll be missing you nd wherever you are now we know you're in a better place..
- barbette ann, baguio city, Other
And every night I will save your life,
And every night I will be with you,
And every night I still lie awake,
And I dream of an absolution...
- Matthew, Milford, MA
I liked this song after the first few times hearing it.I really like it now because my P.E. teacher died but when i think about him and get sad this song pops in my head and I feel Somewhat better
- jim, rossville, IL
Isaac Slade, the lead vocalist and pianist found inspiration for the song while he was a counselor at a camp for troubled teens. As a mentor for an aspiring 17-year-old musician, he could find no way to save his life before his problems got worse. The line "I would've stayed up with you all night, had I known how to save a life," really shows the pressure he was under to save the youth.
- Mike, St. Louis, MO
i think phillip is wrong here because god doesnt help every person that prays to him. i think there is something out there, but i do believe that this song is very powerful and i am glad it has helped alot of people.
- lauren, Perth, Australia
Sounds to me a song about regret and how he didnt know how to help someone
- Ashley, Leeds
"This song also reminds me of an old friend of mine, Curtis. We just never saw quite eye to eye. He moved and we lost touch. "Exact same thing happened to me, and his name was Curtis. Anyways, this song is just amazing but more than that, immensely meaningful, too.
- Josh, Toronto
I absolutely LOVE this song even though I have absolutely no idea what it is about. I thought this sight was supposed to tell me what it is about!!
- Sandy, IN, IN
this song isn't about suicide, really. it's about loss of a loved one in general. not necessarily physical loss but emotional loss. this is what makes the song so amazing, because you can interpret it so you can connect with the singer.
- jess, lowell, MA
They should learn How to write a song before they learn how to save a life.
- alex, new york, NY
Im sorry but this song sucks
- alex, new york, NY
I always thought this song was beautiful. There are just some songs that make me feel like I want to listen to over and over. After my brother died, I saw one of the videos and it just really...helped, somehow. Whatever, I LOVE the song!
- Margaret, Annapolis, MD
This song came out just when my husband and I were trying to deal with our 19 year old son and the questionable decisions he was making (he was in trouble with the law, thinking about leaving school, trying to "save" a female friend of his) and it's almost supernatural how every single line in this song rang so true for so long that I cried every time I heard it. The newer video also hits home as we try to deal with several issues, deaths of parents and our 16 year old daughter and her issue. I love this song, bittersweet as it is.
- Kiku, Honolulu, HI
This song brings a rush of emotions everytime I hear it. there are many friends that I would want to save. But then I wish that they would realize how much pain I was in and save me.
- holly, Danville, VA
I agree 100% with Phillip, by the way.
- Matthew, Milford, MA
This song seems to be similar to "Dreams of an Absolution" from "Sonic the Hedgehog" for the Xbox 360. The song is Silver's theme song, and the main difference to me is that "Dreams of an Absolution" seems to refer to physical death, while "How to Save a Life" is about spiritual death.
- Matthew, Milford, MA
This song always strikes a chord with me...a few years ago my father had a bad drinking problem, and I felt like I had to do something. "How to Save a Life" describes, to me, what it feels like to confront someone with something big, and how you worry the whole time if they'll listen. It turned out okay; about six months later, he thanked me. This song will always mean to me that sometimes we have to do hard things, like confronting the ones we love with their problems, to save them.
- Lydia, Yukon, OK
This song has several different videos, by the way.
- Ruby, CC, TX
i heard this song its my favorite song.
- George Ramage, Deltona, FL
I think this song is about the right things in ilfe. Whether this is to work really hard, have lots of fun or to achieve something huge. In this video, the girl wearing the pink dress is about to get married and she is a doctor. She goes to the hospital to find that her patient had died. Also, a man is dying and the worker falls in love with him. and so she could save his life by making love to him-- this saves his life. Death is a thing we all try to avoid and this song outlines that clearly!!!!!!
- Kavz, London, England
This song is amazing. I think it is sad. I love it though! I can just listen to it over and over =)
- Kayla, Richmond, VA
the song is very emotional..if you read the bible you could easily find how to save anyones life..well really it's Jesus who does the saving. But you can definitely help someone. God does hear you when you pray..I think everyones insights into the lyrics are correct-just need to bring it through the Cross-redemption and you'll have victory in your life instead of defeat. Everyone eventually moves from one address to the next-but, it's always THEIR decision.
- Philip, Louisville, KY
I'm really glad this song came out when it did because I think it really helped save a life. Be it mine or my best friend's life. It saved one of us for sure.
- Hannah, Atlanta, GA
I DON'T REALLY THINK THIS SONG IS ABOUT SUICIDE LIKE EVERYONE ELSE HERE SEEMS TOO. I THINK IT'S ABOUT A FAILING RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN A MAN AND WOMAN. PERHAPS THE WOMAN (FIRST PERSON) HAS HAD A TROUBLED LIFE AND OR MORE PROBLEMS THAN HER SIGNIFIGANT OTHER, AND SHE WISHES SHE KNEW HOW TO SAVE HIM THE WAY SHE FEELS HE SAVED HER. IT'S SAD BECAUSE DESPITE THE FACT THAT HE WAS THE BEST THING IN HER LIFE, SHE MUST LET HIM GO BECAUSE THEY CANNOT SEE EYE TO EYE. THE SONG DESCRIBES A BREAKDOWN IN COMMUNICATION IN THE RELATIONSHIP PERFECTLY. IT HITS HOME. ANYONE MARRIED HERE WILL KNOW WHAT I MEAN.
- Adam, Las Vegas, NV
the scene that runs through my head is a simple one: a girl sitting her boyfriend down to talk about their relationship...

i do understand the connections with depression and suicide and drugs...

at its core, the song is about one person confronting another person about a problem in the 2nd person's life... be it drugs, suicide, relationships, etc.... it applies to all problems... and that's why its so popular
- Mike, West Milford, NJ
I absolutely love this song, it is one of my favorites.
- S, Aberdeen, United States
i understand why this song could make someone cry, but i don't see it like that. i see it as a way to make things better and help others.
- Jaclyn, Buffalo, NY
I love this song. I struggle with depression and the lyrics are so true because at times I don't think people realize how much they are saving my life just by listening to me. Literally. The friend who you can call at 2 in the morning is a true friend.
- Stacy, Evansville, IN
i think its about a father who has a son, and the son has a drug problem...its about the father trying to confront his son about his drug use...sit down we need to talk, he walks...then the father tries to tell him that he knows best and tells him whats right and wrong...lay down a list of what is wrong...then later they are in a fight and the father lowers his voice and gives him a choice, basically to keep doing what hes doing and miss all purpose in life, or to break with the ones who influenced him...then eventually he will either admit everything, or keep lying and say hes just changing
- natalie, fulshear, TX
This is one of the most overplayed songs ever, but I still love it and I'll never get tired of it. It reminds me of my best friend who was having a hard time struggling with depression and suicidal thoughts. One year after everything happened, she said I was the reason she was still alive. So now every time I hear this song, I think of her and everything that she went through and the emotion I felt when she told me. It's an incredible song.
- Megan, Nowhere, KY
I really love this song.
Like pretty mush everyone said it's really touching and emotional.
kind of reminds me of a friend of mine, and how i'm not really doing all i could to help her. :(
- lexie, haifa, Israel
I really like this song...and it really touched me. Its me and my boyfriend's "song" because he saved me from commiting suicide.
I love it.
- Chelseanne, Alma, MO
at first i thought he was helping his friend with a girl..then it didnt go well..thus losing a friend
- matthew, new york city, NY
I agree with the first comment. It is a really emotional song and it makes me cry too. But it is written fantastically and the lyrics are perfect. Try not to blame yourself for things that are out of your control. Easier said than done - I know.
- Krissy, Swansea, Wales
I personally think this song is about someone having a friend or a loved one addicted to drugs. but I also think it's about suicide and not "saving" that person from taking their life and I think it can be viewed either way. When it says
"Between the lines of fear and blame
you begin to wonder why you came."
I had friends addicted to drugs and it was hard talking to them and this exact thought went through my head when they started yelling and getting mad I just wondered why i ever came to talk to them.. and the one verse says as he beings to raise his voice. just like I said my friend that was addicted got very loud and deffensive and I had to just keep my cool and this song is extremly meaningful and touching to me I like it alot. I view it about suicide and drug addiction I really think either way is right.
- Emersyn, Toledo, United States
A terrific song live, I saw The Fray at UVSC in Utah, and they played this one last. There was a lot of emotion in the building.
- Dawson, Draper, UT
Yeah, this one remindes me of suicide too. It remindes me of the night when I took a huge Seroquel overdose. I went to the hospital and my mom stayed at my bedside the whole night even though I was too out-of-it to know.
- Loranne, Mississauga, Canada
i love this song and i cry my eyes out everytime i hear it. it reminds me of my friend james who commited suicide just a few months ago. when ever i hear the part "and i would have stayed up, with you all night, had i known how to save a life" it makes me cry and makes me feel guilty becuase i didnt know he was in that much pain, and i didnt know it was even coming. i only wish i could have been with him that night to save his life. i love you james, rest in peace.
- Alexa, Lansing, MI
i really love this song to it reminds me of so many people in my life and the new music video for it is really cool
- Carina, Brussels, Belgium
I love this song. It makes me cry.
- Ashley, Decatur, IL
This song also reminds me of an old friend of mine, Curtis. We just never saw quite eye to eye.
He moved and we lost touch.
- Brently, Corning, CA
At first I really didn't know what this song meant. This song kinda reminds me of someone who's desperate for someone to help them! I really like these lyrics!
- Brently, Corning, CA
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