Santana (from Billboard Magazine October 3, 2007): "In the '60s, we needed songs that would transport us into a place of wonderment. This is a song like that. It's a song about angels and how they constantly translate your inner voice, preventing you from negative thoughts and fear. So it's got something spiritual to it, but it also has strength. It's not wishy-washy."
This song is Santana's second collaboration with Chad Kroeger, who is the vocalist on the track. In 2003 the Nickelback frontman sung and played guitar on "Why Don't You & I," which peaked at #8 in Billboard's Hot 100 chart.
The video features Freddy Rodriguez (Six Feet Under and Ugly Betty) and Dania Ramirez (Heroes.)
April Barral from Medford, OregonLove this song! Music and especially lyrics!! Thank you for sharing your gift with us Sir!
Ryan Beers from Horsham,pa United States About 45 Minutes Northeast Of Philadelphia The very first time I heard this song on the radio I was like pretty much transfixed with this song except I didn't know the name of the songall I knew was that nickelback was singing it since I knew what Chad's voice sounds like I play this song EVERY CHANCE I GET!!
James from Indianapolis, InI love this song as soon as I heard I imediatley put it on my MP3. It was like Love at first hear =).
Tyler from Clymer, NyThis is an awsum song i love the beat and lyrics
Mike from Wellington, New ZealandI love santana and have really got in to nickelback so these two together are just magic!!!
"Lean On" was originally sent by Major Lazer to both Rihanna and Nicki Minaj's camps as a slower reggae track. After both parties rejected the tune, Major Lazer recruited Danish singer MØ to supply vocals and recorded it themselves.