Album: No Name Face (2000)


  • Lifehouse frontman Jason Wade said: "I wrote that with [manager] Jude Cole and [producer] Ron Aniello. I wasn't planning on co-writing with anyone, but Jude had the chorus "I am falling into grace / to the unknown to where you are / and faith makes everybody scared / it's the unknown, the don't-known / that keeps me hanging onto you." I really connected to it and it totally fit in with my other lyrics, I wrote the verses to it and the bridge and it all just went together. I like writing with other people now. It depends on the mood I'm in, though. Most of the time I write by myself, but if the mood's right, it's fun to collaborate." >>
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    Patti - Mahopac, NY

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  • Hope from Florence, MtThis is probably my favorite song by Lifehouse besides "Hanging By A Moment". I don't know why, but it's just really good for some reason. LIFEHOUSE IS THE BEST BAND EVER!!!
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