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Song Released: 2017


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    anonymous
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    Jul 20th, 7:05pm report


    Very descriptive of life w chronic pain. It strikes me this way bc I live in physical pain hourly.



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    JoLynn
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    Jul 12th, 7:25pm report


    As a Mom of an addict who died I feel that he's doing his part to share a part of a story. Stopping the stigma of addiction and the shame! Theory I commend you for your actions and using your art to express your hearts and opening up on such a controversial issue but that's the point of this whole thing...start the conversation! You helped do just that! Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
    Collin's Momma



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    anonymous
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    Mar 25th, 3:28am report


    I see this song as explaining that everyone has their own drug, their own addiction. For instance; that cop is high right now or your priest is high right now. It’s not just about actual drugs, but things that you addict to like a drug. Something that you attach to for self satisfaction.



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    Gordon227
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    Feb 10th, 2018 2:17pm report


    Just like the others this song is literally addressing the issues with drugs and how they are just the 1st thing everyone goes too. "All those flavors of the rainbow
    Too bad that shit DON'T WORK THOUGH" just because most of a song is setting the story all it takes is one verse... Or half a verse to explain the reason behind the song



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    anonymous
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    Jan 11th, 2018 1:59am report


    Its a cool sounding song. To bad it's about weak drug users. It would have been an awesome cowboy song sung by bon jovi with different lyrics



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    anonymous
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    Dec 30th, 2017 12:27am report


    For the person who made a remark today, there is hope for people like you.



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    anonymous
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    Dec 29th, 2017 12:28pm report


    As a struggling drug addict this song hit home hard...



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    anonymous
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    Dec 4th, 2017 12:15pm report


    This song is showing the problem with prescription drugs being used as the first method of treatment for any minor grievance. The song was inspired by a therapist telling someone after a divorce that he needs anti-depressants. It is not to capitalize off of people with drug addictions, but rather to show awareness as to how these issues can start.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 21st, 2017 11:36am report


    This song doesn't promote drug use, it shows how drugs have taken over our lives. It raises the problem that whenever there is a problem we turn towards drugs to fix them. This song opens our eyes to realize that we need to stop letting drugs control our lives.



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    anonymous
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    Nov 18th, 2017 11:18am report


    Society is collapsing due to a lack of morals and chronic drug use but WTF, we might as well make a profit off of it with this clever song.




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