When Seventh Wonder played in my hometown, and dedicated this song to the people we had lost in the 22/7-tragedy, I just sunk into tears.... It was so emotional..and beautiful.. This is the most beautiful song ever written..
Yeah, might be. I think she just doesn't think about that the son and father must be related in order for the operation to work. In that situation, though, one cannot possibly be rational enough to think that. Oh my God. The whole insane longing and sadness of the horrible situation just radiates from the album, and this song, in my opinion, is the tip of the iceberg. THE most emotional ballad I know... I think, if I ever lose anyone very close to me, this song takes the top place in an extremely short list of songs that I can't bare to listen to ever anymore. :I
Again, just when he was waking up again. ;_; The album always gets me to hope they just waited a little longer with the plug, but every time I listen to it, the ending result is the same. :( Together with Back in Time, definitely the climax of this amazing album and story, and one of the most touching songs ever - if not THE most. Whenever I try to sing along with this song, I can't bare after all, no matter if the song's actually playing or not... :´( Only one thing bothers me in this album: Why does his wife assume that the bone marrow transfer will work, knowing full well the transplant doesn't come from HIS son? Is she just too upset - or unaware - to notice this, or is there a more credible reason I just can't see?
Absolutely beautiful. Although I'm sometimes a bit irritated by the dialog-section when I'm not in the mood to follow the concept effectively, it's still one heck of a beautiful song and especially very sad if you know what's actually happening.