The People That We Love
by Bush

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  • According to Bush lead singer Gavin Rossdale, this song is about "how you can be the most destructive to the people you love."
  • The original title was "Speed Kills." The album cover was originally a black silhouette of a plane on the gold background, but after the 9/11 attacks on America, the name of the song and the cover were changed. >>
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    James - Dartmouth, Canada
  • This song appeared in the video game Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit 2.
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Comments: 3

  • Cole from Suwanee, GaI remember writing the lyrics to this song after I lost my first love, an it made me feel so much better
  • Chris from Claremont, CaThe lyrics say it plainly; he (and others) do things in relationships that they most times regret, and wish they could take back.
  • Marius from Lüneburg, Germanythis song was also used in a race-computergame called "need for speed"
    great song, not very deep but fast and cool
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