Bring Em' Out

Album: Smile, It's The End Of The World (2005)
  • Hawk Nelson Wrote this song for the 2005 remake of the movie Yours, Mine, and Ours, starring Dennis Quaid and Rene Russo. Unlike Hawk Nelson's songs about faith, this was merely based on partying and having fun.
  • The video for this song is the scene in the movie when the children have a party. Another Hawk Nelson song, "Things we Go Through," also partially played in this scene. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Kiran - Shelton, CT, for above 2
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Comments: 5

  • Austn411 from Va. Beach, VaI agree with bethany
  • Bethany from Stillwater, AfghanistanMike- Hawk made the song to reach out to non-Christians probably. If those people like this song, then they are most likely to want to find out more about Hawk's music. That is a way to witness.
  • Randi from Dm, Iaum... something that was not mentioned above is that in the movie when they play the song Drake Bell plays and sings with them.
  • Blake from Chico, CaYou are the saddest person I have met, sorry. If they make every single song about the same thing, only their diehard fans are even going to care. Being Christian doesn't mean God is constantly on your mind. If you can't think about anything else, you will drive yourself completely insane. Everyone has to cut loose and party every once in a while.
  • Mike from New Glasgow, United Statesi don't like how hawk nelson took god out of the focus on this one, like there is not one mention or referral to god or christianity. your either a christian or your not. either way stick to it and live it, don't sit on the fence.
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