Album: Telegraph (2005)


  • This song is about a girl who is being abused by her boyfriend or husband until she can't take it anymore and kills him. It then goes on to say "She falls to her knees screaming God Please make something of me. 'Cause I've never wanted anything like what I want to be right now, an angel again, an angel again, somehow," showing how she never wants to go back to that and would like to become an angel. It goes on to conclude that with all the weight and pain, the original decision was right. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Lindsey - LA

Comments: 11

  • Megan from Stevenson, AlI love this song!!! lol I've always loved Drake:) His whole album this song came off of is amazing! You can tell The Beatles are a huge influence to him....
  • Danielle from Leeds, United Kingdomits an okay song, its the only one i know by drake bell
  • Filthee from Crackville, CoThis is the one and only Drake Bell song I like.
  • Kory from El Paso, TxI think this is awsome drake bell is actualy tasking on some mature stuff not anymore of that sugar coated b.s
  • Jenny from Eastern Wa, WaI understand that completely, Amy!
  • Evie from Sweet Valley, PaLikewise krissy
  • Ron from Auburndale, FlYes, Drake Bell is one of the stars of "Drake and Josh". And in my opinion one of the most talented young singers of today.
  • Amy from Ansted, WvI think everything Lindsay is correct except I think the angel part means she wants to be the person she was before she ever met the guy. She wants to move on and forget that the ordeal ever happened.
  • Annabelle from Eugene, OrDrake Bell. Isn't that the same guy from the Nickelodeon Series "Drake And Josh"?
  • Cynthia from Maastricht, NetherlandsI just love Drake and his music. I hope that he's coming to Holland ones.
  • Krissy from Boston, MaI love Drake Bell. And I must say I have never heard of this song.
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