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Published on Dec 22, 2012

Like most parents, I'm sure, there have been times when one or another of my sons has gone missing for an hour or two. As time passes during those episodes, I go from frustration to anger to sheer panic and back again. In light of recent events, especially the shootings in Newtown, Connecticut, I find myself unable to come to terms with the horror of having to wonder if one's kids are OK during such a tragedy, and the never-ending devastation of a phone call that confirms otherwise. This song and its corresponding video are far from perfect, and don't help anybody cope, I'm sure; but they are what the feelings made me create. If you choose to leave comments, please be respectful of others who might happen upon this video.

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