Kristina from Mp, Nygravity, is about John Mayer not wanting to get to famous and big headyed, but it also doesnt want to disappear. He is comfortable where he is not, he wants to stay grounded. Gravity.
Ce from Miami, Fli did not know that gravity was played as a NASA wake -up call! i guess the topic is appropreate for space!
Ari from X, Netherlandshad a panic attack last night, seems like it`s about something like that. Really like this song now
Susan from Westport, MaI used to play this song on my ipod when I was trying to recover from a second herniated disk. It made me feel stronger. I couldn't walk. It makes me cry when I think about my struggle to walk again.
Brittni from Mobile, Alits on four of his albums actually. where the light is,continuum,try!,and special edition continuum.
Maria from Sandanski, BulgariaThe song was used as a wake up call for the astronaut Pilot Charles O. Hobaugh and for the astronauts aboard the Space Shuttle Endeavour on August 11, 2007.(The wake-up call is a tradition for NASA spaceflights since the days of Project Gemini.)
John from Portland, Orpookielocks, It's only been on one album, smart one, other than a few live ones.
Pookielocks from Ohio, Ohi absolutely hate this one and i don't understand why he puts it on every album!!
Michelina from The Mountains, CoOne of the best lines ever: "Oh twice as much / ain't twice as good / And can't sustain / like one half could." Brilliant.
Sam from Lincoln, Ne"Gravity" is one of my favorite John Mayers songs. It is so beautifully done that it brings tears to my eyes. Anyone who says that white boys can't write or sing blues songs should give this one a listen.
Sherrad from South Bend, InJohn Mayer has always showed maturity beyond is years...and this song is so soulful.....seemily from an old soul....or a person that has lived a really tough life. It is an amazing song. Well done!
The Naughty by Nature hit "O.P.P." doesn't have any curse words, but many oversensitive radio stations played a "clean" version with the word "kitten" edited out, surely the first time that word was censured.