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9 thoughts on “ Look After You - The Fray - How To Save A Life (CD, Album)

  1. How to Save a Life is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band The Fray. Released on September 13, , through Epic Records, the record charted in the top 15 on the Billboard
  2. Sep 13,  · Editors’ Notes This Denver-based quartet used a grassroots campaign of their local radio station and newspaper to land a major label recording contract. Their demo of ""Over My Head (Cable Car)"" ended up being one of the most-played songs of and set the band in motion. The group's piano-based pop rock easily slots in next to adult-contemporary favorites like Five For Fighting and .
  3. How to save a life. Come salvare una vita. How to save a life. Come salvare una vita. Where did I go wrong? Dove ho sbagliato? I lost a friend. Ho perso un amico. Somewhere along in the bitterness. Da qualche parte tra l'amarezza. And I would have stayed up with you all night. E sarei stato sveglio con te tutta la notte. Had I known how to save.
  4. The fresh group’s debut full format record, How To Save A Life, saw light in and made a big stir with the above mentioned Over My Head (Cable Car), the single that reached out for the Top 10 singles according to Billboard. The album received the platinum status and was downloaded through MySpace about a million times only in a month.
  5. Sep 13,  · How to Save a Life The Fray Rock · Preview SONG TIME She Is. 1. PREVIEW Over My Head (Cable Car) 2. PREVIEW How to Save a Life (New Version) 3. PREVIEW All At Once. 4. PREVIEW Fall Away. 5. PREVIEW Heaven Forbid. 6. PREVIEW Look After You. 7.
  6. How to Save a Life strongly suggests that the Fray draw much of their inspiration from the maudlin passages of suburban high school life, dripping as it does with adolescent lust, loss and confusion. All they need to do now is subtly introduce an edge of danger and .
  7. Apr 11,  · [Verse] G D/F# Step one you say we need to talk Em D D/F# G He walks you say sit down it’s just a talk D/F# Em He smiles politely back at you D D/F# G You stare politely right on through D/F# Em Some sort of window to your right D D/F# G As he goes left and you stay right D/F# Em Between the lines of fear and blame D D/F# And you begin to.

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