Send The Pain Below

Album: Wonder What's Next (2002)
Charted: 65
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  • Drummer Sam Loeffler: "Send The Pain Below is about taking the hardships in your life and making art out of it. Because, you gotta get it out some way." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Tim - Pittsburgh, PA

Comments: 9

  • Natalie from Lorena, TxAmazing song. Love the emotion that comes through not only the lyrics and their meanings, but the tone of his voice. This song is my fav by Chevelle, very close behind their Face To The Floor.
    Age: 15
  • John from Altamonte Springs, Flthis is definately a top10 of mine. its pretty sweet...
  • Kayla from Oklahoma City, OkIt is a really good song. Chevelle is always good.
  • Robby from Lynchburg, OhJust saw Chevelle at X-Fest 2-007 in Dayton this year. Greatest show I've seen, and my first show with them, defining point in my life, especially since they are indefinitely my favorite band and biggest influence in my own playing of music. I like how live, they elongate the intro, making it really soft and clean, it sends chills down the spine.
  • Jessica from Detroit, MiOne of the coolest experiences of my life was crowd surfing at Chevelle show, and this was the song. Hell Yeah Sonnnn!
  • Rachel from Algonquin, IlChevelle is awesome!! Send The Pain Below is the 1st song i heard by them on a movie and i could never get sick of it... and Wonder Whats Next is their best album...
  • Nick from Paramus, NjI'm sorry, I hate Chevelle I got their Wonder What's Next album and the only good songs were The Red and Closure. The rest was just noise to me.
  • Clown from Slocala, FlI love this song i first heard it on the radio a couple of years ago and feel in love with it.
  • Cinthya from La Paz, South AmericaWell, I think is the most beautiful song in the world, for me, I'm never tired of it, is extrenge,the lyric and the music are so powerful, that everytime I hear it, I discover a new meaning, its magical
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