Album: Wonder What's Next (2002)


  • This song is about someone who is juggling between a state of anger, delusion, and acceptance after losing a loved one. >>
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    Sirius - El Paso, TX

Comments: 3

  • Lisa from Libertyville, IlThis song is actually about me. We dated for 3 years and thought about getting married but I broke it off. Truth.
  • Cliff from Minneapolis, MnI can't agree. Just because someone uses one christian reference in a song doesn't change the whole meaning of the song. It's just one piece of the puzzle.
  • Dave from Northridge, CaThis song is clearly about his "closure" with his beliefs in christianity, exemplified in "three days aside, your rebirth can't hurt," how long was jesus supposedly dead for before he arose? Three days.
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