Enough Space

Album: The Colour And The Shape (1997)
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  • This song is about the movie Arizona Dream, which is one of Dave Grohl's all-time favorite films. >>
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    Bert - Pueblo, NM

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  • Brian from Dubuque, IaAccording to Grohl in the documentary "Foo Fighters: Back and Forth," he had most of this song figured out in his head, but no tempo. He said that his inspiration for the tempo came from jumping up and down. Apparently, this is the tradition at European rock concerts (as opposed to the mosh pits found at American concerts).
  • Layton from Paris, TxThis is a song Dave Grohl wrote pretty early. It was a song Foo Fighters would play at their first concerts ever. I love the bass line it this by the way, Dave grohls screaming is AWESOME!
  • Lisa from Antwerp, BelgiumI REALLY REALLY REALLY like this song. When I first heard it ,I just smiled because it is so full of energy but so genial.
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