The Race

Album: Love Lust Faith + Dreams (2013)
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Songfacts®:

  • Frontman Jared Leto said this is a song "about the madness of love and life, the insanity of dreams, and about how – at times – prey can become the predator."
  • Speaking to Purevolume, Jared Leto explained the song finds him talking about lessons he's learnt in life. "Growing up, taking what you've learned and applying it, and hoping that you become a better version of yourself."

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