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MY LAST BREATH IS AMAZING
I didn't even know about this song. Just saw it in this list and then decided to hear it. Its good :)... - dontmesswidme
Amy wrote this song under ifluence of Mozart's Lacrymosa. She said that When she was teen se fell in love with Mozart and wrote this song.
She is amazing. This song really speaks to me and that is why I love it so much
LOVE THIS Song
Very good guitar piece - korochan
Their best song but so underrated...
A superb song from their debut album "Fallen", it is not known as for example "My Immortal" but it has great beauty in the lyrics - MatrixGuy
Hello is my favorite Evanescence song next to My Immortal and Missing. Clearly needs a lot more attention. - DipperPines
A simply beautifully depressing song with a sad story that is true and could happen to anyone.
Honestly, this is better than Adele's Hello. - KianaLexiV 1 Comment
This was an EXTREMELY hard choice. All of their songs kick ass! It was hardest for me to choose between Whisper, Tourniquet, and My Last Breath. I also really love Imaginary, Hello, All That I'm Living For, and Weight Of The World. So all of them I guess!
I LOVE this song! It encourages people to conquere their fears.
My favorite Amy Lee/Evanescence song, followed by "Together Again". Riveting kickoff, abstrute lyrics, and once you get the hang of it, odds of which are monstrously high, you'll fall all over again, in love this wonderfully grand woman, we've known as Amy Lee...
Although I had a difficult time choosing, I think "Cloud Nine" is very underrated. Very haunting and beautiful. Amy's voice is amazing and this is one of my favorites off "The Open Door".
I adore this song!
Best lyrics and music in it
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List StatsUpdated 17 Aug 2017
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2. Weight of the World
3. Made of Stone
3. Together Again