"Lauren's Song" as written by and Ian Eric/schmitt Kirkpatrick....
Every shooting star reminds me when Hollywood lost the brightest.
That shine, that spark.
The sunset too soon that night.

Every shooting star reminds me when Hollywood lost the brightest.
That shine, that spark.
The sunset too soon that night.

Here's to, here's to you.
And we'll raise our drinks one last time.
I never thought I'd have to say this.
One life lost.
A thousand memories fade in.
You opened your door to show me there was hope.
And I'll take it and run to show the world.
So they know your fire won't burn, burn out.
And I hope heaven needs you more than I do now.

Every shooting star reminds me when Hollywood lost the brightest.
That shine, that spark.
The sunset too soon that night.

Every shooting star reminds me when Hollywood lost the brightest.
That shine, that spark.
The sunset too soon that night.

Every shooting star reminds me when Hollywood lost the brightest.
That shine, that spark.
We love you.


Lyrics submitted by kimberlygaskarth

"Lauren's Song" as written by David Anthony Schmitt David Schmitt

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    General CommentThe boys themselves said that a friend of theirs named Lauren was hit by a car, and died. They said that they were very close to her. So it's basically about someone close to you dying.
    Mushuubeon September 10, 2011   Link
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    General CommentAnd I hope heaven needs you more than I do now.
    Ow right in the feels
    Caasion July 31, 2014   Link

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