Bar-ba-sol

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  • This song was co-written by Atlanta hard rockers Injected. David Cook explained to Entertainment Weekly: "I'm a big fan of this band Injected, out of Atlanta. We called them up and said, can we have a run at this song and see what happens? What they sent us was a demo version, so we took the idea and ran with it. It's heavy, but still a strong melody."
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Comments: 5

  • Theresa from Murfreesboro, TnThe best song on the album, strong rock anthem.
  • Megan from Acton, OnAnyone know what this songs about? Great song.
  • Dalina from New York, NyOMG!!! I love DC and this song is like my fav off the CD!!!
  • Jessie from Dallas, Txtotally agree with you krista!
  • Krista from Carbondale, PaAMAZINGGGGGG rock, bang your head anthem..from the best American Idol winner ever! :)
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