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Emerson Drive

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EXCELLENT VIDEO

Emerson Drive has scored big time. LOVE THE VIDEO. Song sounds good and is good, and the meaning is great. The guy is going to commit suicid, but then a homeless guy comes and tells him how good life is and he lives. Its even filmed great. Im sure it will win the video of year for the 2007 CMA awards. GO EMERSON DRIVE MOMENTS!!

great music viode

The viode reminded me of some great moments of my friends and I had together. But they are gone now. This music viode really gives you some good reasons why to love your life you have. It justs really speaks to me of why you should never give up hope on life it's self. Maybe me and my friends will have some more moments together!!

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Excellent lyrics. I often wonder when i look at homeless people on the street; how did they get there? what happened in their lives to make them end up living the way they do and i feel ashamed. We just never know when our lives might take a bad turn or how we might end up. Just love one another. Peace out!

Biography

Formed: Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada

Genre: Country

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Emerson Drive began in the western Alberta town of Grand Prairie, where singer Brad Mates, bassist Jeff Loberg, fiddler Pat Allingham, and keyboardist Chris Hartman began honing their sound as high-school talent-show competitors. After everyone came on board, they chose the name 12 Gauge, refurbished a rickety old school bus, and began gigging throughout Canada. Eventually guitarist Danick Dupelle and drummer Mike Melocon joined up, and new manager Gerry Leiske sent the young sextet out on the road...
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Moments, Emerson Drive
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  • $1.49
  • Genre: Country
  • Released: Jun 12, 2007

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