Invisible

Songfacts®:

  • Hornsby said of this song to The Express Night Out: "It's interesting; I heard this song a few years ago, 'White Flag' by Dido that I really liked. I said, "I'd like to write a song with that same feeling." So, that's where this song comes from and that's why its so much more of a pop song than anything else on the record. It's that it's coming from that inspiration."
  • This song features in the Robin Williams film World's Greatest Dad, in which Hornsby has a cameo.

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