Yes, there are some references to getting high and drinking, but the references are treated in a very neutral way that I don't think would encourage anyone to do them. The important part of this song is that it is very sinceare, and that the emotions of the band can be felt by anyone who stops to listen to it. The song isn't about drugs or bars or partying, it's about love and finding shards of optimism where there shouldn't be, picking up and repairing relationships, begging for forgiveness when maybe you don't deserve it, and hoping with all your heart that someone out there loves you enough to accept it. The drugs are a back drop. They are not important to the song, and therefore not important to the ratings, really. Kids should hear more songs like this just because of the realistic, visceral view of life that they can give them, and listing to a song like this will benefit them more than hearing a few drug references could ever hurt them.