Call Me

Album: Sound Of Madness (2008)
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  • This song is about a relationship, and the guy understands that over time, he cannot make his girl happy anymore. So he makes a choice, and tells her that he will say goodbye, for her own happiness, although he still loves her, and wants to be with her. >>
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    Corey - Jaffery, NH
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Comments: 5

  • Shannon from Houston, TxSo this song was written about him leaving because he is never gonna make her happy, he has made promise after promise, and knows he cant pull it off, and he didnt want to become a weekend father but he will to make her happy.
  • Cliff from Minneapolis, MnI love Shinedown's lyrics. It's easy to see what they are trying to get across but also cryptic enough for you to make your own interpretations.
  • Amy from Home, NyThis song is amazing!
  • Gabie from Fafb, WaThe piano part is incredible and totally fits the mood of the song
  • Amandamarie from Bath, MiI really like this song. It protrays and man that is willing to give up everything just to make the girl he loves happy, even if it is her.
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