Album: When The World Comes Down (2008)
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  • According to the publicity materials for When the World Comes Down, this song is a "homage to a fallen friend that examines why we're here and where we might go once we cross over." The lyrical content was a long way from the songs on the band's 2002 debut album, which found their teenaged lead singer Tyson Ritter writing mostly about a breakup and the complexities of love. His songwriting repertoire expanded after he started dating the model Kim Smith, who he had been seeing for about 5 years by this point.
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