New American Classic

Album: Where You Want To Be (2004)
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  • This song is about ending a really long relationship and nothing could have been done to stop it. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    will - DeFuniak Springs, FL

Comments: 7

  • Timmy from Melbourne, Armeniawhat is it about tell me some1
  • Luis from San Jose, OtherIt is not the ending of a relationship, it is about the girl that is going to end the relationship and he knows about it but he can do anything.
    It happened to me all past week, when i knew that the Saturday my girlfriend was going to break up with me *cries*
  • Sarah from Sandiego, CaThis is one of the best songs of Where You Want To Be... I LOVE TBS!!!
  • Courtney from Bucks, Paactually he had a long distance relationship with a woman in LA with the release of Where You Want To Be so maybe the song is about her.

    in the line "live through these letters or forget it all together"
  • Kayla from D-ville, GaThis song reminds me oh my ex b/f and I. Everytime i hear it, it makes me want to cry and i start thinking about him. But anyway... GREAT SONG AND AWESOME ALBUM !!! I love TBS!!!!
  • Gregg from Fremont, CaI thought this song was about how the lead singer is trying to patch things up with his girlfriend who was John Nolan's sister(which is why he john nolan left the band and started straylight run)
  • Brandie from Jacksonville, AlI agree 100% with Will.
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