She Sets the City on Fire

Album: Something Worth Saving (2016)


  • This anthemic love song tells the story of a woman who sweeps DeGraw off his feet. The singer penned the song with Gregg Wattenberg, whose other credits include Phillip Phillips' "Gone, Gone, Gone," Train's "Hey Soul Sister," O.A.R.'s "Shattered (Turn The Car Around)," and Five for Fighting's "Superman (It's Not Easy))."
  • The song's music video highlights DeGraw's girlfriend's brains as well as her beauty. Model Jessica Vargas stars as DeGraw's love interest in the clip.


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