Car Crash

  • Three Days Grace guitarist Barry Stock explained the song's meaning in an Artist Direct interview: "It's pretty much about being attached to something that's bad for you. We've all been through that at some point. You're addicted to someone you know is bad for you. You just can't turn away. It's like going by a car crash. No matter how bad it is, you just can't help but grab a look for some reason." >>
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    Jake - Virginia

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