All These Lives

  • Chris Daughtry wrote this with Mitch Allan, who is lead singer of the band SR-71. Daughtry said of the song: "We didn't want to write about the same old thing. He brought up the theme of child abduction and it became a really deep and emotional song. A song shedding light on the people out there that do that sort of thing. As a parent, this hit close to home because no parent would want to go through that." >>
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    Corella - Minford, OH
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Comments: 9

  • David Stefaniak from Genoa City WisconsinI love Daughtry I went to the Concert in Milwaukee WI When I
    heard the song it makes me want to drum and sing and think about child abduction.
  • Emmy from Bellville, OnAbusing people is so wrong but good song and good message.
  • Isaac from Morristown, Tngreat lyrics, great crisp,clear music as always ! Daughtry rocks!!!
  • Isaac from Morristown, Tnabusing children is unspeakable. May God heal all the families who have been touched by this tragedy.
  • Ashleigh from ?????, MoLandon, I agree with you man.
  • Brady from New York, NyLOVE THIS SONG its so sad.... makes me cry but it is an awesome song non the less
  • Zach from Zeeland, MiThis is the greatest song I've ever heard! Rock on Daughtry!
  • Jessica from Bloomfield , NjDaughtry is an amazing band. This song is deep and I really can't wait for a 2nd album.
  • Landon from Winchester, OhThis song really gets me thinking of how truly cruel this world is. I wish those people out there that do that could have the worst possible punishment; life imprisonment or lethal injection. I don't care which. I just want all that to stop.
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