Album: Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace (2007)
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  • Dave Grohl in the Daily Mail November 23, 2007: "We used a line from this song as the album title. It was poetic and it summed up the diversity of the album."
  • Dave Grohl called this the best song he's ever written. He had made that claim about "Times Like These" until this was released.
  • Musically, this is very different from the typical Foo Fighters song. It is almost entirely Dave Grohl on piano.
  • This was featured an episode of the TV show E.R. titled "Coming Home." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Bert - Pueblo, NM, for above 3

Comments: 2

  • Christina from Bg, KyThis song is so beautiful!
  • John from Houston , TxThis is a good song considering that Dave Grohl is not the every day composer.
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