Album: Dysfunction (1999)
  • Lead singer Aaron Lewis wrote this in Jacksonville. It is about being away from his wife. >>
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    Courtney - West Chester, PA
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  • Angelique from Ann Arbor, MiThis song IS NOT about being away from his wife it's about for those who have ever runaway from home. How you struggle with the decision to be on your own, yet wanting to come back home.But not sure what to do
  • Sarah from Niagara Falls, CanadaHe wrote the song about being away from his wife. Dysfuction was the album that really put them on the start of the road map so to speak, it has some of the best known tracks on it such as, Home and Mudshovel.
  • Daniel from Ada, OkCourtney, why would Aaron Lewis sing a song about being away from his wife on an album called disfunction? I just wondering because I thought it was about getting out on your own and being away from my parents.
  • Debby from Sacramento, CaI wanted to comment on the song Home by Michael Buble. It is really slow and mellow and it's just beautiful. I also love Staind just saw them is concert.
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