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The Reason Behind “Tomorrow”

As you can already tell, this song is about another break up. What makes this DIFFERENT is that I was on the other end of the break up! Getting broken up with sucks. It sucks even more over a text message. I saw it coming, so don’t feel too, too bad… But it still hurt like a b*!^%! Writing this song gave me closure. I knew I was going to miss him, but I also knew life would go on. I would find a better guy who would treat me right and not make me feel like an afterthought. I believed that tomorrow would be a better day.

Who Did I Write “Worthy” About?!

Okay, I’ll preface this with saying I’m not super proud of the guy who inspired this song. He was actually one of my old drummers (good luck figuring out who because “Avidd” had four different ones!). I know everyone always says that bandmates shouldn’t date.. Look at ABBA and Fleetwood Mac. I wrote this song because I wasn’t sure what would happen once I finally told him how I feel. It could have gone one of two ways. Let’s just say I wish I had listened to my friends’ warnings!

Inspiration for “Jack & Jill”

I wrote this song after my first real, long-term relationship. We were so in love and I never expected for us to end. We got older and things couldn’t be the same like they were in high school. College wasn’t changing him, but it was changing me. Breaking up with my first love was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. I think we got everything we possibly could from our year together and there will never be regrets. Life can’t always be as fun as it is in summer. The winter comes swiftly and the world can fall without a warning.