A Better Place, A Better Time

Album: Everything Goes Numb (2003)

Songfacts®:

  • Streetlight Manifesto's lead singer, Tomas Kalnoky, said at a live show that this song was written about three different people: The chorus is about two kids with cerebral palsy who he met as a counselor at a special needs camp, and the rest of the song was written to cheer up one of his friends in college who struggled with thoughts of suicide. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Kyle - Seattle, WA

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