Vocalist Michael Barnes explained to NewReleaseTuesday, that this song “is told from the perspective of people who have a relationship with God.” He added: “Even though all of us have gone through difficult situations, when we look to God and see how He’s put us back together again and made us whole, we realize we’ll…

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One Direction began working on their third studio album whilst embarking on their second international tour, the Take Me Home Tour. The album was announced simultaneously with the news of the band’s third world tour, the Where We Are Tour, which subsequently led fans to wrongly assume that the album title would be named Where…

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The Wind is the twelfth and final studio album by American singer/songwriter Warren Zevon, released in 2003. Zevon began recording the album shortly after he was diagnosed with inoperable pleural mesothelioma (a cancer of the lining of the lung), and it was released just two weeks before his death on September 7, 2003. The album…

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a story of a young woman (played by Emily Bett Rickards) who has lost her father. The video opens with the young woman in a limousine being taken to her wedding. She is holding a fake blue flower with her bouquet. As she walks down the aisle, she looks back at her mother and father,…

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“How Long Will I Love You?” is a song by Scottish rock band The Waterboys from their fifth studio album, Room to Roam (1990). Written by Mike Scott, it was released as the album’s lead single. The song was subsequently covered by English recording artist Ellie Goulding and released as the second single from the…

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In March 2011, when asked about the album’s musical direction in an interview with gossip website Dean Piper’s World, Goulding stated, “It’s started to sound very dark and very weird. This album is going to be even more emotional […] I wanted to make it so there is hope. I want to make an effect…

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In “The Reason” the band members stage a diversion so they can carry out the elaborate theft of a ruby gem from a pawnshop, but those facts are only clear after enough of the action unfolds, because nothing is as it seems. In the beginning of the video, a girl gets hit by a car…

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Amy Davidson from Digital Spy called the song an “emotional crescendo” and said the chorus was “slightly over-sentimental” and felt that his “soulful voice” made the singer left in “defeat by fleeting fling”. She gave the song four out of five stars. Joe Gross from Rolling Stone gave the song a mixed review, awarding it…

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In 1936, songwriter Alex North approached Bing Crosby with the still untitled song. Crosby turned the song down and it remained unrecorded for almost twenty years. In 1955, North and lyricist Hy Zaret were contracted to write a song as a theme for the prison film Unchained, and their song eventually became known as the…

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