Album: Lifehouse (2005)
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  • This song was written about the feelings of living in a broken and/or unstable home. Lead singer Jason Wade was thinking of his father when he wrote this song, and how his father failed him. >>
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    Christine - Jaffrey, NH

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  • Kaila from Ottawa, OnThe lyrics of this song make me think of someone who loved someone close to them for a long time but the other person never realized it. So the first person decides to tell them through this song.
  • Hannah from Fargo, Ndone of my favorite LH songs! :D
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