When I went to the beach, I would sit and listen to this song on the beach at sunset. It was so peaceful and anytime I hear this I think of the beach!
Posted by Shashank Kumar:
Love this song
Posted by Samantha Woolaver:
When I first heard this song, I was about 6 years old. I was in the car with my Dad going for a drive and I remember looking up to him and saying "Daddy, this is the prettiest song ever. It makes me really happy". Ever since that day, I've loved Goo Goo Dolls. I have to listen to them once a day, every day. I always got my friends to listen to them and always requested their songs on the radio. I am now 22 and I can't get enough of their songs. I'm a HUGE fan, always was, alw
Posted by San van Andel:
May, 1999GGD Concert - Asbury Park, NJAs a German girl working as an Au Pair in Connecticut I had decided to become a die hard GGD fan and see them live in Asbury Park, NJ. Taking the bus to Asbury Park, knowing only way to get back to NYC is the train, I wanted to go so badly although chances were slim I'd be able to catch the commuter back to CT. That was the night I spent in Grand Central Station as I had missed the commuter. Yet, the memories of the concert had me smiling all night long.
Posted by savannah:
it was me and my exs song
Posted by Taylor Goode:
First time I had heard the Goo Goo Dolls live!
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Posted by Aleesha Porter:
This song will always make me think of my sister. She's the one who got me hooked on the Goo Goo Dolls and this was the first song she showed me. I remember the sadness you could see in her eyes as she listened, it was like she felt every word deep inside her. She was lost and broken, and this song really just helped her get through everything. I've found it's one of my favorite songs to listen to when I'm having a rough time as well.
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Posted by Graham C. Addison IV:
I will never forget driving through the Carolina's with my parents and two favorite siblings, Ivey and Mason were sleeping in the car. I loved the way the guitar was played so much that my dad Chris bought me a guitar that Christmas. Smoking his pipe out the window I loved that time between Adios Ave in Florida. That couldn't be a more perfect street name since we left. hahaha Anyway, if it weren't for the GOO!! i wouldn't be in music at all! thanks for making me cry over girls!