"Dedication" as written by and Danny Robert Worsnop Benjamin Paul Bruce....
You'll never really find those perfect words
Something more than just, "Goodbye"
It's hard to remember the good times when there's just so much heartache
And they deserve more than that
They deserve more than just one single moment of sadness

So just remember
That when there's enough love in our hearts to burst like a fucking supernova
Then there's sure as hell is enough love in our heart to smile for that famous smile
We all lose someone at some point in our lives
But don't ever let go of that smile
Hold on forever, because that's our final dedication


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"Dedication" as written by Danny Robert Worsnop Benjamin Paul Bruce

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    General CommentOkay, so this song is about his grandfather that passed away. (Says it on the back of Reckless And Relentless. Amazing album) But yeah. It's pretty sad. :( I do love his fucking accent, though."Loiak ah Feucking Suepa Niova" Hahaha no pronounce that out loud. There you go, Danny's accent. :3
    Aphie29on May 31, 2011   Link
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    Song MeaningEither, a break up or death/loss of a loved one.
    bdailyon April 04, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIt's: So just remember.
    But when there's enough love in our hearts to burst like a fucking supernova
    Then there's sure as hell enough love in my heart to start my famous smile.
    Deadfoggon April 10, 2011   Link
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    General Commentthis song means so much to me. my father is currently dying of ALS, or lou gehrigs disease. it just completely describes my families situation, and how i dont want to ever forget my dad's smile
    stankheadon October 13, 2011   Link

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