The Lights And Buzz

Album: The Lights And Buzz (2005)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is about lead singer Andrew McMahon's recovery from leukemia. It describes what it was like to finally be released from the hospital, and how he looks at life differently now, compared to before he almost died. >>
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    Connor - Stonington, CT

Comments: 6

  • Daniel from Winchester, OhAgreed this is the best piano rock group I have ever heard..
  • Liam from Manchester, United KingdomAndrew McMahon is an inspiration to us all. The music that he makes is some of the best I've ever heard.
  • Landon from Winchester, OhAwesome. That's all I can say.
  • Anna from Decatur, GaAndrew McMahon never ceases to amaze me :]
  • Cassie from Overland Park, KsI love Jack's Mannequin.
  • Matthew Doroshow from Philadelphia, PaThis is an amazing song- gets better every single time that I listen to it. One of the best in 2005 in my opinion.
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