"Youngblood" taken from Wage War's debut album 'Blueprints.' Get the album now in stores & online.
Video by Max Moore Films.
Produced by Jeremy McKinnon and Andrew Wade.
Mixed by Andrew Wade.
Sometimes we're left to uncover the wreckage
at the mercy of another’s decision
He was almost seventeen.
Decided life was not worth living.
Put a gun to his pain.
To finally make it go away
and I hope you know that you're missed.
And even though your shell is gone in our hearts you still exist.
I just wish you knew how much you meant. To everyone around you. To those you never met.
He was too young
Taken by his own hand
No one would understand
Why he ended it all.
But now you're gone
You left a hole in the hearts of those who treasured you the most. You may have left your mark but you left us all in the dark.
So I'll sing
For the weak
For the broken, those in need
And I'll keep
My heart in reach
Left wide open, set you free
You were loved.
I always saw a light in you and a smile on your face. Full of passion, full of purpose, ready to take your place. I guess we'll never understand why you chose to say goodbye, but when a future is as bright as yours, we are left to wonder why.
There's so many things I wish I would've said.
The flashbacks replay in my head.
This song is all that I have because
You're never coming back
-- In memory of Louis Pulford --