Lifehouse Lyrics

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From the Album Out Of The Wasteland (2015) (buy at
Out Of The Wasteland

From the Album Almeria (2012) (buy at

Gotta Be Tonight
Between The Raindrops
Nobody Listen
Slow Motion
Only You're The One
Where I Come From
Right Back Home
Lady Day (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Pins & Needles (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Rolling Off The Stone (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Always Somewhere Close (Bonus Track)

From the Album Smoke & Mirrors (2010) (buy at

All In
Nerve Damage
Had Enough
Halfway Gone
It Is What It Is
From Where You Are
Smoke & Mirrors
Falling In
Wrecking Ball
Here Tomorrow Gone Today
By Your Side
In Your Skin
All That I'm Asking For (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Crash And Burn (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Near Life Experience (Deluxe Edition Bonus Track)
Don't Wake Me When It's Over (iTunes Bonus Track)
Best Of Me (What's Left Of Me) ( exclusive Bonus Track)

From the Album Who We Are (2007) (buy at

First Time
Whatever It Takes
Who We Are
The Joke
Easier To Be
Make Me Over
Learn You Inside Out

From the Album Lifehouse (2005) (buy at

Come Back Down
You And Me
All In All
Better Luck Next Time
Days Go By
Into The Sun
We'll Never Know
Walking Away
Chapter One
The End Has Only Begun

From the Album Stanley Climbfall (2002) (buy at

Am I Ever Gonna Find Out
Empty Space
Just Another Name
My Precious
Out Of Breath
Sky Is Falling
Stanley Climbfall
Take Me Away

From the Album No Name Face (2000) (buy at

Cling And Clatter
Hanging By A Moment
Only One
Sick Cycle Carousel
Somebody Else's Song
Somewhere In Between

From the Album Blyss-Diff's Lucky Day (buy at
Blyss-Diff's Lucky Day
Cling And Clatter
Crown Of Scars
Fairy Tails and Castles
Revolution Cry
Somewhere In Between
What's Wrong With That

Other Songs:
Better Part Of Me
Between The Raindrops
Butterfly (from "You and Me" single)
Everybody Is Someone (from "Wicker Park" soundtrack)
Fairytales Sandcastles (from "Hanging by a Moment" single)
Gods Lemonade
Good Enough (from "The Wild" soundtrack)
How Long
If I Don't Have You
If This Is Goodbye
Just To Be Where You Are
Me, You And The People
Midnight In Philidelphia
Ordinary Pain (from "You and Me" single)
Take The Weight Of The World
The Edge
Waiting On The Sun
Winds Of Change
You Belong To Me

Lifehouse Info:

Lifehouse is an American rock band from Los Angeles. The band came to mainstream prominence in 2001 with the hit single Hanging By A Moment. They have sold over 15 million records worldwide. -Wikipedia

Los Angeles, California, USA

Alternative rock, post-grunge, pop rock

Years active:

Associated acts:
Blyss, AM Radio, Daughtry, Kevin Rudolf

Name Origin:
Jason Wade explained: "It's about what we do as a band and for me personally. Most of this record is about my life and about life's circumstances. Not only my life, but other peoples' lives. We thought Lifehouse was a good name for it."

Jason Wade – lead vocals, guitars

Rick Woolstenhulme, Jr. – drums, percussion

Bryce Soderberg – bass guitar, backing vocals, lead vocals

Past Members:
Sean Woolstenhulme – lead guitar, backing vocals

Jon "Diff" Palmer – drums, percussion

Sergio Andrade – bass guitar

Ben Carey - lead guitar
(2009-2014) (touring 2004-2009)

Did You Know:
• They were originally a worship band for FKA, the youth group at the Malibu Vineyard church

Lifehouse Quotes:
you still my heart & you take my breath away
would u take me in, would you take me deeper
cuz you're all i're all i need...
you're everything*

Jason Wade: I was very, very shocked -- all of us were -- because our record label was very frank with us and, and let us know how difficult it was going to be out there, and how competitive it is. And they were giving us figures of like only two percent will ever sell like a million records. We realized that if we were going to make it work, we were just going to have to really work hard and tour a lot and develop a very strong fan base. So when the song started taking off on its own, we didn't think it was going to be that easy. We were all completely shocked and enamored with the whole experience. I was only 20 years old.

When the single started doing really well, we started making some more money -- life becomes a little bit easier than being a starving musician playing clubs. That's great for me, because when I'm worried and stressed out about money, it takes away from my songwriting. It's given me the opportunity not to worry about that stuff, just to worry about the things that really matter to me, which is lyrics and music.

JW: Yeah, oh -- everyone did. I mean, I read a bunch of reviews of why people thought that it was just the right timing in rock radio and all this stuff, and pop radio wasn't playing that much rock music. A lot of people had different theories of why it did so well, and now I just try to stay out of it. I think if people figured out how to do it every time they would, and then every record company would be rich! It has a lot to do with timing, it just has a lot to do with luck -- you know, just being in the right place at the right time.

At the shows, right after we get off stage, we cool off for about fifteen minutes and then we go sign autographs for about an hour and half every night and get to talk to everybody. To me, that's probably the best part -- to get to hear people's stories and hear how your music has impacted them. I think without that, you don't have a healthy perspective of what you're doing, because really, you're not playing music for yourself. You're playing music for your fans -- trying to pick the songs that they want to hear. They're paying for the tickets to come see you, so I think it's a little self-indulgent sometimes when bands decide not to play their hits and don't really take care of their fans. I think that's they're the most important part of all this. I know that without them we'd be playing to empty clubs. I think people take that for granted sometimes -- that people show up, and drive three hours out of their way to come see you play live. We're just giving it one hundred and ten percent on stage, and really trying to pick their favorite songs to play, because we're doing it for them.

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