Zero

Album: Smile, It's the End of the World (2006)

Songfacts®:

  • This song is about a real person lead singer Jason Dunn knew who committed suicide. He sings with an emotional voice as he says that since his death, his friends and family have been "wasting away." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Landon - Winchester, OH

Comments: 4

  • Bethany from Stillwater, Afghanistanok here's the real meaning:
    his friend who excelled in football was planning on playing in the canadian football league and he had a lot going for him. but he committed suicide.
    JASON SAID THAT AT A CONCERT I WENT TO
  • Alyssa from Gallitzin, PaUm... Hawk Nelson isn't the name of a person. The lead singers name is Jason Dunn. Hawk Nelson is a name he came up with for a skateboard video game when he was 14.
  • Becca from Philly, PaBest song by hawk nelson. i love it<333
  • Christie from Watsontown, Pai love hawk nelson! he is totally a christian! his music rocks.
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