Album: Hope For Haiti Now (2010)


  • This number was originally recorded by the Rock trio Better Than Ezra on their 2005 album Before The Robots. The New Orleans based threesome performed the song several times in charity events after Hurricane Katrina.
  • Taylor Swift performed an emotional version of this song which belied her young age on the charity telethon, Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief.

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  • Jamison from Newport Beach, Cawow this song makes you tear up
  • Erika from Anthony, NmThis is so sad. My former BFF left me breathless when she moved. Then I stayed breathless when a boy I like went out with a girl who bullies me.
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