I fell in love with this song, written by Lifehouse’s Jason Wade, after seeing it featured on an advertisement for All-State’s new parent-teen driving contract. Here’s the commercial which ends with Dennis Haysbert, the spokesperson for this campaign, saying “every year, nearly 6,000 teenagers go out for a drive… and never come back.”


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