Right Here

Album: Chapter V (2005)
Charted: 55
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  • This song is about loving someone no matter what they do to you. As Aaron Lewis sings it, even if she walks out on him, he will always be there for her. >>
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    Hunter - Greensburg, LA
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Comments: 4

  • Evan White from North Carolina,usaDedicate this song to the awesome girl I sit beside in school that does everything possible to degrade me.
  • Joann from Portsmouth, VaI have a friend in jail who's girlfriend (?) put him there, and he talks about her still after a year and i feel for him but I do not want to hear it but I listen, guess I should be more symapethic but I find it hard cause she has f'cked up my car more than once & thats what i think about when her name is mentioned, so build a bridge & get over it,
  • Robert from Los Angeles, Caagree with brandon. i love my gf, and though she does nothing bad to me, i'l be right here waiting, no matter what
  • Brandon from Jefferson, LaI absolutely love this song. It describes how much i love my girlfriend even though she doesnt do anythin to me bad. Though she always will have me despite what happens in the end.
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