The song is extremely emotional, and it seems that it immediately resonates with many, many people I know that it sure did for me. At previous concerts, and interviews, John Cooper who is the lead singer and bassist of Skillet, and the author of this song declined to detail what the song was about. Here is what he said at their sold-out double-headliner show with TobyMac at the Target Center on November 13, John L.
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Hey Lucy, I remembered your name I left a dozen roses on your grave today I'm in the grass on my knees, wipe the leaves away I just came to talk for a while, got some things I need to say. Now that it's over, I just wanna hold her I'd give up all the world to see That little piece of Heaven looking back at me. Now that it's over, I just wanna hold her I've gotta live with the choices I made And I can't live with myself today. Hey Lucy, I remembered your birthday They said it'd bring some closure to say your name I know I'd do it all different if I had the chance But all I got are these roses to give And they can't help me make amends.
John Cooper initially refrained from discussing the song's full meaning, stating that it has "a gist of regret where you wish you had done things differently"  and "even though there's a specific story, it has a lot of interpretations that have kind of meant a lot to a lot of people already. In November , at a concert at the Target Center in Minneapolis , Cooper revealed it is about a young couple struggling with feelings of regret after an abortion. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. January 27,