Am I Ever Going To Find Out

Album: Stanley Climbfall (2002)
  • Lead singer Jason Wade: "I ask myself questions all the time: 'Where am I? What am I doing here?' or 'Why was I put here?' And for me, the joy of music is when I hear feedback from someone who says the songs have helped them get through a rough period in their life. That's the most meaningful thing. Sometimes, it seems you've found the answers you're looking for. But I don't think you ever truly find them. Nothing will completely make sense and just click. So this song is just about the questions I've been asking for the last six or seven years, since when I first started doing music. 'Am I ever gonna find out?' The song leaves the question unanswered." >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Patti - Mahopac, NY
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