"When The Storm Subsides" as written by and Jesse Michael Landry Blake Robert Bunzel....
I've been driving through these nights
This road reminding me of all I am
As time drags on, these windows fade
Reality starts slipping from my mind
All I know is this all fades, the second that I'm by your side
Can this be real, can this be fate

Just say you'll be there for me
Please say that you'll be there
Just say that you'll be my side
When the storm subsides

All these years beneath the skin
Everything inside me turning to the shame
I was lost, but now I can see
This fate is turning deep inside of me
All I know is this all fades, the second that I'm by your side
Can this be real, can this be fate

Just say that you'll be with me
Please say that you'll be there
Just say that you'll be my side
When the storm subsides



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"When the Storm Subsides" as written by Jeffry Bryan Fabb Blake Robert Bunzel

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    General CommentNO COMMENTS WTF?? omg this song is amazing beyond words
    teck92on May 03, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is obviously about a relationship with someone special and how shes asking the person to stay after something rough happens
    ITMFan1on June 14, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningLife is full of storms. Very few people are lucky enough to have someone they love stay with them through each and every storm. That is what this song is about... life has ups and downs but all anyone really wants is a special person to pick them up when they fall and stay with them when life is at it's best. Used to be me and my gf's song... we didn't last. She could not stay through the storm.
    rockon901on December 21, 2009   Link

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