Baby, You Wouldnt Last A Minute On The Creek

Album: All's Well That Ends Well (2005)
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  • While it sounds like this could be a romance song, it was actually written at a time when lead singer Craig Owens wanted to quit Chiodos. In a podcast with Alternative Press, Owens said it was just as they were about to be signed and two of their members left. They later got Derrick Frost and Jason Hale to replace them. Owens wrote the song because he thought he "couldn't do this anymore and because it was a difficult time for Chiodos 'cause two of the members left." >>
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    Nicola - Edinburgh, United Kingdom

Comments: 2

  • Crystal from Eastpointe, MiI love this song, but I don't understand the music video...
  • Jordan from Bioxi, Msawesome song!
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