Best I Ever Had (State of Shock song)
|"Best I Ever Had"|
|Single by State of Shock|
|from the album Life, Love & Lies|
|Format||Digital download |
|Label||Cordova Bay Records|
|Songwriter(s)||Cameron Melnyk, Jesse Wainwright, Simon Clow, John Philippon|
|State of Shock singles chronology|
"Best I Ever Had" is the third single by Canadian rock band State of Shock from their album, Life, Love & Lies. The song's main issues deal with forgiveness, love, and loss. It has reached #25 on the Canadian Hot 100.
It is about a man who is wanting to apologize to his ex for ending their relationship. This song tells how he threw away the best relationship he ever had and how he wants to seek reconciliation.
This song's music video was released in early September. It features Melnyk singing in the rain playing piano, while it flicks back to times with his girlfriend. He begins to realize how he should have stayed with her. His girlfriend sees him on TV performing, and she has a breakdown. Just as Melnyk arrives, to presumably apologize, she has taken a substantial amount of pills and then gets into the bathtub. When he finds her, she is already dead.
|Canadian Hot 100||25|
- Lyrics of this song at MetroLyrics
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