Anyone But Me

Album: The Long Road Home (2016)
  • Danny Worsnop explained the track's meaning: "The song is a very introspective look at my past failed relationships, where I ask myself if it was something I was capable of trying again. It is definitely one of those songs that makes you look at yourself very closely in hopes of answers and growth, and it definitely did its job."
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