Album: Indestructible (2003)


  • The message of this song is that the human spirit is indestructible. Music has been our savior since day one, and through music you can live forever. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Aaron - Syracuse, NY

Comments: 3

  • Sam from Cambridgeit is actually about how a person can have a strong spirit, making them feel indestructible. The Joe Strummer reference is really just more of an homage to a great musucian
  • Chad from London, Englandactually you'r wrong,not every song on this album is about brody and tim,this one is about the death of joe strummer
    hence the "keep listening to the great joe strummer coz through music we can live forever"
  • Lee from Essex, Englandits actually about brody dalle, the ex wife of lead singer tim armstrong, and that hes indestructable since thier messy breakup
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