I Would

Album: Prayer of a Common Man (2008)
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  • This song explains how even though his woman has left him, he'd to anything to get her back: Make her laugh, learn to dance, anything. But she is gone and she'll never be back, and he must try to accept it. >>
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    Landon - Winchester, OH
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