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Tech Graduates Write Song: “Forever Changed VT”

April 20, 2007

A band called “The Season,” whose members graduated from Virginia Tech a few years ago, has written a song in reaction to Monday’s shootings. The song is called “Forever Changed VT,” and it can be listened to below.

To download, right-click here and choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As.” For more information about the band and to listen to more of their music, go to the band's MySpace page.

Comments (85)

what a beautiful song, thank you for sharing it with us.

Anna | April 21, 2007 10:22 AM

a friend of mine sent me this song yesterday and i think it is absolutely beautiful. i'm glad it's up here & i also added it to PB's myspace page.

Grace | April 21, 2007 10:27 AM

How do we contact the band to get permission to play thin on podcasts?

todd cochrane | April 21, 2007 3:00 PM

this is a wonderful song...and is so sad that this has to happend to the young sweet beautiful people

nazia | April 21, 2007 9:08 PM

(I?m sorry for my english! it?s not too good...)Wow, it?s too beautifull...I?m a student too, from Chile...and it really touchs me what happens in VT. I can not think why must things like this be true, this has to stop.
We all pray for you, guys, and I hope the university can have back the peace which was stollen...I'd would like to say to you ,that I put in you all my strenght and support.

Congratulations again, for this beautifull song ;)

I hope you can understand my message,

Naty Jardel.

Natalia Jardel | April 21, 2007 10:37 PM

As a high school teacher for over 30 years, I realize that those who spend four years together in a school environment really do become family. I hope this song will be used in some of the memorials, but across the country "We're all Hokies today."

Sandra | April 21, 2007 11:42 PM

Beautiful song and well written...
I cried all the way thru it.
A CD copy should be sent to Fox News cable and all other tv stations.

Julie Krbec | April 23, 2007 2:37 AM

I heard the song on Friday the 20th on one of our local radio stations here in Anchorage AK. I thought it was probably the most heartfelt and inspiring songs I've ever heard. Thank you for making it available so I can tell friends where they can hear it.

Herman | April 23, 2007 5:17 AM

Nice. Very sentimental and inspirational. And it's amazing that they can already make this kind of song while the tragedy is still fresh from our minds. very good. :')

Danes | April 23, 2007 5:34 AM

I love this, some people get killed at a college and OMG its the most horrible thing in the world. Yet Im over here in Iraq and have seen many of my buddies and a bestfriend go yet we dont get songs or near the media hype. gimme a break.

Matthew | April 23, 2007 9:23 AM

A shining example of how great American's support each other in a time of need. Beautiful song!!

Edman | April 23, 2007 9:29 AM

Beautiful song. Thank you.

To the gentleman in Iraq, you too have songs and yes, what is happening over there is tragic also. Know that many of your supporters are trying to get you home and stop the killing there too.

Laurie | April 23, 2007 9:36 AM

This is a beautiful song!!! I may not have gone to VT but I am a Hokie today!!! You will always be in my thoughts and prayers.

Kim | April 23, 2007 12:34 PM

What an inspirational gift to the Hokie Nation... beautiful song, beautiful voice. I get goosebumps and tear up every time I listen to it. Even more proud to say, We are the Hokies, We are Virginia Tech!

Sylvia | April 23, 2007 2:34 PM

WOW! This is amazing. Thanks for this. God bless the Hokies.

Timi | April 23, 2007 2:35 PM

im proud to say i know the season. they are great guys with amazing talent and big hearts

and to the brother is out there, too. no doubt i understand what you are talking about, but that comment was unnecesary. y'all have plenty of songs, maybe not by artists of your genre, but there are many country songs. and yall get news attention, too, everytime something big happens, bombing, death, etc.

Deanna | April 23, 2007 5:38 PM

As an active duty military member, I apologize for the heartless comment from my comrade. We are all truly sorry for the tragic loss and we truly are all Hokies today!! BYU supports you all and you are in our prayers.

Drew | April 23, 2007 8:45 PM

As an active duty military member, I apologize for the heartless comment from my comrade. We are all truly sorry for the tragic loss and we truly are all Hokies today!! We will keep you in our prayers. Keep us in yours.

Drew | April 23, 2007 8:49 PM

As an active duty military member, I apologize for the heartless comment from my comrade. We are all truly sorry for the tragic loss and we truly are all Hokies today!! We will keep you in our prayers. Keep us in yours.

Drew | April 23, 2007 8:55 PM

The media reports, and statistics reveal, that much of today's violent music lyrics have negatively impacted our youth, and are partially to blame for the increased violence in society. How wonderful to see music used as an instrument of healing to the nation whenever such a tragic act occurs.

Bonnie | April 24, 2007 12:00 AM

Awesome song. Can someone who is friends on The Season's myspace please comment that Wendy from Kentucky says "Great Job!! Awesome!! Thanks so much for writing that" & thanks to you all for putting it here for us to hear!!

Wendy from Kentucky | April 24, 2007 1:37 AM

What an amazing song! God surely had his hand on you when you all poured your emotion into it. Thank you for so eloquently and beautifully expressing what all of our Hokies should be focused on right now--allowing God's mercies to heal us. I have never been so proud to be a Hokies as I have in the last week. To a one, everyone expressing themselves about this tragedy have represented Virginia Tech and the Hokie Nation proudly.

Stephanie Cunningham | April 24, 2007 8:27 AM

To the Soldier Currently Serving in Iraq,

My brother is over in Afghanistan, he was in Iraq, and I had a friend injured in a roadside bomb. I think that you should feel comforted in the fact that a great deal of us send you letters, care packages, and prayers everyday. Almost every car has a yellow ribbon on it. And Toby Keith has written some of the most beautiful and moving songs of support for you all. You are not forgotten or diminished by all that Virginia Tech is doing to help themselves. Be glorified that we can pull together as a nation and not resort to violence to solve our problems. Be the example, not the complainer, and be proud of how we conduct ourselves in a crisis. You will be in my prayers.

Stephanie Cunningham | April 24, 2007 8:32 AM

To Matt in Iraq. Like everyone has said you have songs and media. Coming from someone who has served our country, what do you think posting something like that would do. I would like to give you something to think about. VT is a place for learning not a war zone. These people need healing not your cruel remarks. Second, since we no longer have the draft, I am pretty sure that YOU chose to join and fight for our great nation, these people did not chose this. YOU CHOSE to do what you do. As I remember a solder fights for his country because he loves his country. He does not do it to have a song written about him or to make the news. Even though your remarks were cruel I do pray for your safe return.

Joey | April 24, 2007 10:21 AM

Thank you, it a wonderful song

Joy | April 25, 2007 9:55 AM

To the fellow in Iraq. I'm retired Army and I can't believe you can be so insensitive.

Paul | April 25, 2007 11:58 AM

I love this song.God bless every one.i am in the hoki famly to.

katie | April 25, 2007 6:32 PM

I love this song.God bless every one.i am in the hoki famly to.

katie | April 25, 2007 6:32 PM

thank you so so so much for writing this song. im a freshman at tech and i feel you have captured something in words that alot of us could not express. i wish i could see you guys perform this :)

Roya | April 25, 2007 9:37 PM

I couldn't wait to go to Tech and hug my son! I needed to be there and mourn with this wonderful Hokie family that Virginia Tech is. More than ever now! My heart goes to all the families who have lost their child and the students who have lost a friend. Nobody should have to go through this kind of tragedy ever! Driving back from Blacksburg I felt sad and all of a sudden I heard "Forever changed Vt" by the Season and I cried. But at the same time it brought me comfort. It is a beautiful song! I am proud that Hokies have come up with such lyrics. Let's go HOKIES! And we will prevail! To the soldier in Iraq, may you be forgiven for your harsh words and find Peace in your heart!

Fabienne | April 26, 2007 7:52 PM

I don't believe Matthew is really a soldier in Iraq, just a garden variety troll trying to get people upset.

Ken | April 26, 2007 8:28 PM


MERRILL W. CREWS | April 26, 2007 10:45 PM

I love the song that you have wrote it is very nice and i pray for all the familys and all there and got to rember the solders too we need to pray for each and everyone in this world

Debbie Couch | April 27, 2007 12:21 PM

Forever Changed VT is a beautiful song and describes the April 16th event very well. You are so right, we are all Hokies today. You are great guys.

Nancy Sexton | April 27, 2007 4:16 PM

This is a very great song and it was very blessing that you wrote it to what all happened :)God Bless You

Breana | April 28, 2007 12:30 PM

This is such a great song! It lifts your spirits and lets you forget all the things that happened
We are all Hokies!!!

Kara T. | April 28, 2007 12:34 PM

I just wont to say that the song is beautiful and it really makes you think like woow this cant be happening im a huge fan of VT and i just wonted to say im a Hokie today

Austin Couch | April 28, 2007 3:24 PM

Realmente, uma belíssima música!!! São sentimentos que rondam o "Mundo", cada um em seu lugar, cada um buscando ser feliz com os "seus"!!! Cada um mostrando a esperança através dos olhos e desejando que jamais cenas como as que vivenciamos ou assistimos se repitam!!! Queremos a PAZ eterna que nunca se acaba!!! É nosso sonho!! Que os nosso medos fiquem apenas em nossas histórias infantis!!! Que a vela tenha luz a iluminar nossos passos para a bondade e que consiga iluminar os nossos corações na construção de uma sociedade única, sem maldade, fraterna!!! Continuaremos todos em busca desse paraíso que virá logo após a tempestade!!! Que seja este o caminho a partir de hoje!!!! VT, que o seu caminho seja refeito pelo perdão e pela construção da "UTOPIA" tão sonhada.

Eduardo Aparecido Ambrozeto | April 29, 2007 11:17 AM

This song was truly well done and reflects the feelings we are experiencing during this time. God Bless You and thank you.

Roger A Peters | April 29, 2007 3:53 PM

I love this song..when I first heard it I wanted to cry..Its a wonderful song.

Jonathan | April 29, 2007 10:50 PM

Oh such a beautiful song. Matthew in Iraq, that was the most senseless and selfish thing anyone could say. Obviously you haven't seen the yellow ribbons on trees, cars, homes etc. that say that Americans are thinking of the Soldiers in Iraq. You chose to be a Marine, these "some people" as you said (Virginia Tech students) didn't have a choice.

Jeanna | May 1, 2007 2:19 PM

This is a wonderful song for those at VT.!!! And for Matthew in IRAQ... follow this link, this is your song (i am not being sarcastic)!! I sent it to my husband, he will be joining you in the ranks of soldiers in IRAQ next month!! God BLESS all who have endured the misery no matter what it may be!! This song is by Citizenreign and called Fight for Me.

MilitaryWife | May 1, 2007 5:25 PM

I am a local virginia resedent about an hour from the blackburg area. I was shocked and enraged that someone could do this to the school i supported since i can remember. This song makes my eyes water everytime i hear it. I show my pride here on base and i will show it while i am in Iraq. God Bless America and God Bless Virginia Tech.

J Costa | May 2, 2007 9:30 AM

I just got finished reading the other messages and would like to say something. I am a Lance Corporal in the US Marines. I have been over their and am about to embark on another trip in a few months. The comments that "Matthew" said are insensative and discusting. Here is a message for him: I am glad that i fight so YOU Matthew, have the right to say something and you knew that when you signed the dotted line and that you would more then likely go to war and war would not be war without a few losses. like people say, FREEDOM IS NEVER FREE!! I am a HOKIE and very proud of it. We as military people have everyone in the nation looking at us with hopes of us coming home in one piece and we have many stars singing about us, so a song or 2 by some VT Grads is no reason to show such disrespect.
To all the Hokies in the world over: WE WILL PREVAIL BECAUSE WE ARE VIRGINIA TECH!!!!! God Bless

LCpl J Costa
Avation Ordnance Tech
US Marines

J Costa | May 2, 2007 10:19 AM

to all thoes who lost a loved on a son,daughter, friend,soulmate, a brother,sister,husband,wife etc may you find peace knowing that your loved ones are in a better place RIP the 32 that lost their lives i want to think the season for making such a beautiful song i knew emily hillshure she was a great person and i knew jarrett lane and i think it was a great tribute song to them...........Mathew how could u be so one at VT asked for a sick person to get guns email or jarret and all of them were going to class go get more education and the teachers were there to give it to them no one ever asked for lives to be taken when u signed up for the marines you knew what you were doing they didn't know that they were going to get killed on Monday april 16,2007 they didn't knkow that their lives were about to end i am so sorry to hear about ur friends and buddies loseing their lives it's hard i've had friends lost in the war. Mathew i hope and pray you come home to ur family because that shouldn't have to go through what the other 32 families have gone through. GOD BLESS VT WE WILL PREVAIL WE WILL COME THROUGH IT BECAUSE WE ARE VIRGINIA TECH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LETS GO HOKIES LET'S GO HOKIES

laura | May 2, 2007 6:53 PM

what a great song and a perfect reaction for the terrible tragedy helping the virginia tech family to come together, a top song on my ipod, truly inspirational

Joey | May 2, 2007 8:10 PM

I cant say enough about this song, my brother goes to VT and was on his way to the hall whejn he got a call that potentially saved his life. Ever since i was a little kid i have wanted to go to VT. The actions are devistating, and my heart truely goes out to all the hokies... im a Hokie at heart too!!
I plan to visit Tech next weekend and pay my rspect, all of the ones that were hurt in this devistating mess, i will never forget about you. You never asked nor deserved this!! America loves you guys

Gene | May 3, 2007 12:35 PM

Great song, great words, I have also produced a song titled Blacsksburg,proceeds other than cost will go to VT. Go to and give it a listen and donate. Hokie Pride will carry on!!!

Jerry Phillips | May 4, 2007 6:44 AM

Where do we find the lyrics to this song?

Joshuua | May 4, 2007 10:52 AM

I thought that the song was right on time. I cry eveytime that I listen to it. I have always been a Hokie, even though I never attended VT. My parents grew up in Blacksburg and I still have a lot of family there. My brother attended VT in 1980-1984. But none the less Virginia Tech Hokies is all we have ever known! I just can't imagine the pain that the families, friends, professor etc. are feeling. My prayers go out ot everyone that was effected by this horrible senseless tragedy. Thanks for the song, I am sure that it has given compfort to many, I know it did me!
Connie from Chesapeake, VA

Connie Leis | May 4, 2007 11:24 AM

What a beautiful and touching song! I am a 57 year old teacher and this song says everything we all felt that day! I would love to have a copy or know how to get one. We are all HOKIES and Va. Tech. will go forward and endure and be stronger despite all this. Thanks for the beautiful song!!

Carmen Stratton | May 4, 2007 3:42 PM

Thank you for such a beautiful song, that has touched so many lives including mine. I married a Hokie and my Hokie spirit is with all who lost and all of us who will continue on with Hokie pride in our hearts! Love The Hokies!!

Kristin Purnell | May 5, 2007 11:25 AM

He brought his children home
On a gray Monday morning,
The arms of GOD, swept from the skies,
To bring his children home.
Evil will always surround us,
As it lurks in the shadows.
GOD'S love overcame such hate
When he gathered his children home.
If GOD didn't love us,
We would cease to exist.
But exist they do,
In his presence and peaceful bliss,
When he brought his children home.
On a gray Monday morning,
These children of GOD awoke.
To begin a journey , so far away,
Into the arms of GOD.
As he brought his children home.

Tom | May 5, 2007 9:38 PM

The song "Forever Changed VT" is beautiful. Our daughter graduates in a week, and she lost the love of her life that day (he was a grad student). Thank you for this solace.

Patti | May 5, 2007 9:48 PM

Absolutely BEAUTIFUL!!! Thank you for writing a song that aids in the healing process.

Sabrina | May 5, 2007 11:49 PM

i feel so upset about this horrible tragdety.i am 12 and most think that i dont know what this is and they think i dont understand,but i am very mature beond my years and understand for the man in Iraq i think that that was very unnesesary it was hurtful to me and i felt angry because of have had plenty of support and songs dedicated to you and the other young men who are giving there lives for us.I support u and them 100% and it hurts to know that a good men like u could say somthing like that.
it makes the other men out there look bad too.
thank u soo much for this wonderful song i have never heared a song that mad me feel sad and hopful all at once.
my deepest simpathy goes out to the familys and friends at VT and the communitty god bless u(my prayers also go out to the wonderful men over seas god bless u too)

courtney | May 6, 2007 12:34 PM

i love this song it makes my mom, sisters and father cry

b.j. crook | May 6, 2007 1:13 PM

i love this song. its so appropriate and perfect. i cry everytime i hear it. this is what everyone needed. thanks for writing it.

Piper | May 6, 2007 11:09 PM

As a cousin of two VT graduates it is with horrible news to hear that something like this could happen at a college in Vriginia. I am a high school student in VA and we are very grateful for this band to make this song in order for us to begin our healing! WE ARE VIRGINIA TECH!!!

brittney ward | May 7, 2007 6:35 PM

omg i love this song b/c my mom adn my uncle went to tech and i cant believe that this tragedy happened 4/16/07 always remembered

Alex | May 8, 2007 9:18 AM

this song gives me the chills everytime i hear it. it's an amazing and touching song. this tragic day in our history will ALWAYS be remembered. we're all hokies today!

Meghan | May 11, 2007 9:13 AM

Hey. Omg this is my favporite song. I had someone close to me die at tech and the same day i had someone else die. This song just makes me think about them and remember all the good times. Its a beautiful song. And its definately one of the best songs ive ever heard. Thanks for sharing this song to the world. Much love.

Katie aka. bubbles | May 13, 2007 11:37 AM

Hey. Omg this is my favporite song. I had someone close to me die at tech and the same day i had someone else die. This song just makes me think about them and remember all the good times. Its a beautiful song. And its definately one of the best songs ive ever heard. Thanks for sharing this song to the world. Much love.

Katie aka. bubbles | May 13, 2007 11:37 AM

This a beautiful song! I am totally heartbroken by what happened at VA Tech and I graduated from VT 6 years ago but it seems like only yesterday that I was sitting in class in Norris Hall. I still consider all hokies family. It has been a month and I am still hurting. Once a hokie, always a hokie.

To the soldier in Iraq, what is going on over there is absolutely terrible man but you are in a war zone. These unarmed kids were in Blacksburg, Viginia where they were SUPPOSED to be safe, NOT Bagdad.

I am really sorry about your buddies man. You are getting media coverage back home dude every night on PBS Jim Lehrer shows pictures of the guys killed in Iraq and it usually makes me cry because most of these dudes are just 18-20 year old kids, and every death is tragic. Believe me I totally understand where you are coming from dude I work on base and I have friends over there in the desert.

Rob | May 17, 2007 2:31 AM

this song is so makes me think about all those families and friends of those who died or were injured! i'm a hokie girl.once a hokie always a hokie!

bebe | May 27, 2007 1:03 PM

Excellent song. It tells the story and feelings we all have very well. I'm a junior at William Byrd High School and next year I'm graudating. My 1st choice of college is VT b/c I want to show that the fear of going there doesn't exist with me. But to all the families, I want to say I understand what you are going through, but I don't. None of us really do. Unless we have lost a child, brother/sister, friend in the EXACT same way, we don't know how you feel. We just know what it means to lose someone.

Parents of the victims, my heart goes out to you the most. My dad told me that after my brother died, the worst thing that can happen to a parent is losing a child. Parents aren't suppose to bury their children. It's suppose be the other way around. Please know that your son/daughter is in Heaven, smiling down on you. They will ALWAYS be in your hearts.

Matthew, that just wasn't cool what you wrote. I don't know if you guys get news or not over there, but media does cover you. Songs are written for you. Yes, it is tragic that soliders die because a lot of them are 18-early 20s. I know a few who died who are fathers. They have kids no more than 4 years old and they will grow up without knowing their father. So just watch what you say. We are all grieving for the soliders, but we are also grieving for the VT victims.

Here's a little poem dedicated to the families. Anybody familair with "Nothing Gold Can Stay" by Robert Frost?

Nature's first green is gold
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf's a flower
But only so an hour.
Then leaf subsides to leaf.
So Eden sank to grief.
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.

This poem can relate. The victims were golden and couldn't stay forever. We are like Eden as we grieve for them.

"We will prevail. We will prevail. We will prevail. We are Virginia Tech."

"Let's go, Hokies! Let's go Hokies!"

Forever A Hokie | May 30, 2007 8:04 PM

i LOVE this song.
you guys are amazing.

Courtneyy | May 31, 2007 3:07 PM

I Love this song!I try to listen to this song everyday!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

macey | June 1, 2007 10:52 PM

god bless VT

Mike Conner | June 4, 2007 9:00 PM

we luv this song it made us cry when we first heard it. it means alot for u to make this song.

Annie and Shannon | June 6, 2007 10:29 AM

I'm a current VT student... I knew the shooter decently well, along with several people injured and two killed. Everyone is dealing with it differently, and not until now could I embrace this song. Just to let you know now that I can its beautiful and its sweet of you to take the time to put it out into the world on the internet. Thank you for making it.

Haily | June 29, 2007 3:03 AM

I fell in love with this song and it sent chills down my spine

Domino | July 28, 2007 3:24 PM

What a beautiful song! I have 2 sons who graduated from VT so it especially hit home for our family. Our thoughts and prayers are with the families.The manner in which the students conducted themselves during that difficult time was truly admirable. I was very proud!! We also never forget our soldiers in Iraq and what they are doing for us. I have received many wonderful and touching emails re our soldiers so Matthew we are there for you and your families too! We are forever grateful for the sacrifices you are making. We are proud of our USA.

Jackie | October 11, 2007 7:30 PM

This is a great song

Dillon lowery | October 13, 2007 2:22 PM

This is a beautiful song. I listened to it shortly after the Virginia Tech shootings and was very moved. Will this song ever be on a CD by Season's? I hope that it will because I certainly would purchase the CD.

Pam Ensign | November 9, 2007 4:32 PM

wow- where have i been??this song needs to be on all va radio staions.

hokie mom | November 11, 2007 9:26 PM

I lost a "sister" in this awful event.....but this song really gave hope even today....Thank-You very much and please continue to keep the families in your prayers

Bethany Gannaway | March 1, 2008 6:17 PM

I can't believe it's taken this long for me to hear this song! It's beautiful.
I remember 4.16.07 all too clearly, and it still doesn't seem real... I don't know that it ever will. I felt helpless as I tried calling, texting, and messaging the friends I knew could have been in that building.... my thoughts and prayers are still with everyone involoved.

And to Matthew, thank you for putting your life on the line for my freedom. If it weren't for you, your buddies, and the love of my life (who happened to be in Tikrit @ the time), we wouldn't have the freedom to go to college. But sir, you and your heroic friends chose that life. You have SO many songs (believe me, I've downloaded them all). It hurt me deeply to see a soldier, who knows all too well the pain of losing someone they love, disrespect what this song is about. I pray that you've safly returned home, or will return home soon.

May God bless you all....

Adreanna | March 2, 2008 12:51 AM

This song is beautiful. My condolences go out to the family and friends who've lost someone. Hold your head up, because you have people who've you never met on your side.

God bless Vtech.

Alison Czarcinski | March 2, 2008 6:26 PM

What a tribute. God bless all of the Virginia Tech family as the one year anniversary approaches. We are the Hokies and we are prevailing. I pray for peace throughout the world.

Maria | April 6, 2008 4:31 PM

Today, I will be having a moment of silence and prayer at my work, where I'm a nurse.
RIP all 32 of the V.Tech victems.
To all the survivors and the families of those slain, you will be in my thoughts and prayers all day. May God be with you on this day.
I'm a Hokie today!

Krystle | April 16, 2008 5:23 AM

This song is amazing. They get all the feelings into one song for everyone. It just amazes me! I wish it was played more often on the radio here.
I go to Liberty University, only 90 miles away from VT. I remember that day so clearly!! We did everything that we could here to help their family and even that is not enough to express are feeling for what yall went though. Our campus became Hookies that day along with all the other colleges around America!! I am praying for everyone at VT and those effected by this! God Bless!

Courtney | April 16, 2008 6:30 PM

i love the song it makes me cry everytime i hear it. i was in the car this mourning and i cried all the way to school because it makes me remember April 16th 2007 and that was a very sad day for all the parents of the students that go to vt and everybody else that either friends, family, siblings or who ever they know and it had to be harder for them because they knew someone that went to virginia tech!!!! well i really, really loved the song! Its my ringtone for my cell phone thats how much i love it!

Jaqueline Lindsay | April 16, 2008 8:06 PM

wow, I remember that day being putting on lockdown at my middle school and not knowing what was going on. When we found out, i was shocked. I started crying worrying about family members that work for Tech. This day will be with us for forever, this song is just amazing. I really love it.

neVer forgeT.

Taylor Beauprez | April 15, 2009 11:12 PM

GOod Afternoon,
I am a teacher, and two of my students are making a "movie Project" on the Virginia Tech Shootings. They are required to have music with the video they are doing. They would love to use this song, but we are unable to see any of the lyrics except the chorus so it can be approved for the project. Can anyone please help us get these lyrics?

Beth Von Kaenel | March 26, 2010 12:46 PM