A lot or a little?
The parents' guide to what's in this music.
What parents need to know
Parents need to know that although its record label first marketed the band to Christian media, comments by band members inspired the label to redirect the album to the secular market. Despite this controversy, salvation theology seemingly undergirds several tracks.
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It's a song that's meant to be put to this. --- Drowning in a world I have made of my emotions Deep inside my mind Every thought and every troubled memory... Is this all the end Or is this a new beginning? Where did we go wrong? Can we start this over? Songs of broken hearts All my poems written for sorrow Flashbacks of the past Of everything that could have happened Trapped inside myself All my cries of "Save me!" What have I become? What has happened to me...? Help me, I can't think! I've forgotten how to feel! Can you wake me from this dream? Can you tell me this is real? Will you help me understand All the things I never knew? I don't understand myself Let alone someone like you. Whatever I do now Will it matter in the end? I'll always make mistakes And some wounds never mend. And although I'm broken now As I'm carried to the light It satisfies me somehow Knowing that we won the fight. Memories before my eyes Of when I was a child. I'd like to linger there Just to stay a little while. As I close my ey
My love will be in you
If you be the one to cut me
I'll bleed forever
It's a quote from Ghost Love Score by Nightwish. (Night... Continue reading
What's the story?
Leaving its Little Rock roots behind, Evanescence rocketed to attention when its songs \"Bring Me To Life\" and \"My Immortal\" were featured in the Daredevil movie soundtrack. The FALLEN album builds on this success with those and eight other tracks ranging from anguished ballad to driving nu-metal and goth/rock. \"The point of this whole record and band is to let people know that they're not alone in dealing with bad feelings or pain or anything that they go through,\" writes Lee on the band's website. \"That's life and that's human.\"