• This is about an abortion. Somebody in the band, they won't say who, had a girlfriend who was pregnant and didn't even tell him. She had an abortion and he found out about it after. It's not putting all the blame on a women, because there is a part in the chorus that goes, "If i would have known, I can't say what I would've done." >>
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  • Cassey from Conway, Arthanks. that's what i thought it was about when i heard it.
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