18 Years


  • This was inspired by one of Chris Daughtry's longtime best friends. He explained to The Hollywood Reporter: "He's a guy I grew up with, went to school with, lived with for a couple years. We were in my first band and he was the bass player. We kind of learned our instruments together. All the stuff that it talks about... we both worked at the saw mill with my dad. We did in fact throw a TV over the overpass. It was a tube television, just to see it explode on the railroad tracks. I don't endorse that behavior and no one was hurt in the process, but we did do it and I had to incorporate it. We had our first car wreck together. It was definitely the one that had to be the end of the record."


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