by Korn

Album: Issues (1999)
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  • This shit right here is for you
    All your faces I can see
    You all think it's about me
    I'm about to break, this is my fate
    Am I still damned to a life
    Of misery and hate?

    You will never know
    What I'd do for you
    What you are
    Help me through
    I'd do it for you
    I could have, never lived
    If it wasn't, for you Writer/s: Brian Welch, David Randall Silveria, James Christian Shaffer, Jonathan Howsman Davis, Reginald Arvizu
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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Comments: 10

  • Luna Loud from Royal Woods, MichiganAfter Linkin Park lead singer Chester Bennington's suicide in July, 2017 KoRn would start performing this song again and would dedicate it to Chester.
  • Kornflakes from Coventry, United Kingdom I never used to like this song before. It always used to give me a feeling I didn't like; I always thought of it to be very gloomy. I would always skip it when listening to my issues cd, but now, I can't let go of it. It has now become a favourite of mine.
  • Desiree from Powers Lake, Ndthis song is the fricken bomb...jon would do ANYTHING 4 his fans...i wonder when he's gonna do a concert in Wisconson
  • Desiree from Powers Lake, NdThis song has ment soo much to me.. i went thru a hard patch in my life and this song and pretty much all Jon Davis's songs has helped me thru it all...jon Rocks my fricken sox!!!
  • Kassandra from Long Island A.k.a Wrong Island, Ny4u lol i dedicate that song to jon davis (even though he dedicated that song to the fans) cause that song and all of their other songs are helping me get through the hardest years of my life and nick..... its jonathan not johnathan
  • Danielle from NorthumberlandJon Davis has done soooo much for his fans, and trully respect him for that. The respect stretches even more because of this song... This song has not got anything to do with publicity, or the sales... It's just Jon pouring his heart out -again. Pure respect for KoRn.
  • Damon from Queenstown, New ZealandYeah Davis is just expressing how much he thanks everyone for supporting him. He also states he would do anything for his fans. Pure and simple, great song. Pitty it's only 1:42
  • Hunter from Atlanta, GaKind of strange song, but cool. Had a good beat and sound to it.
  • Joseph from La, CaThis song is kinda touching in a weird way. The beat and sound of it is rather bizzare, but the meaning is strong. Heh once when I was feeling in an emotional vanuable state, I almost cried because it reminded me of my parents.
  • Nick from Paramus, NjJohnathan Davis plays additional drums on the track.
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