Black Roses Red

Album: Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants Soundtrack (2005)
  • Featured in the movie Sisterhood Of The Traveling Pants, this song is about a girl who thinks that she can only love in her dreams. But when she meets a guy and he sweeps her away, she is able to love. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Traciemichael - Federal Way, VA
  • A black rose is a powerful symbol of decay or death. The rose turning red symbolizes newfound hope.

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