Unbreakable

Album: Evil Enough (2018)
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  • Running to 3 minutes 29 seconds, "Unbreakable" is Track 7 on the Tara Lynch debut album Evil Enough. Asked who it was about, she replied, "I was born Unbreakable!!! This track is an open letter to the trolls out there that have nothing better to do with their lives than hate on anyone that is succeeding at exactly what they never had the nerve to try themselves. They are nothing but jealous, irritating and worthless life forms. Like the song says, I'd have to care about what they say. I truly don't. Cuz I'm Unbreakable."

    In other words, don't mess with this lady!
  • Like the rest of the album, "Unbreakable" was written by Tara Lynch, who played all guitars on it. Brent Woods supplied background vocals. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England, for above 2

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