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I did not know if I would have to use a stunt double for most of the angles, which would have restricted me a lot, but then it turned out that Amy did everything herself, hanging on Paul's arm for hours without getting tired.In the end, she is the one who made that shot strong." Ann Powers from the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel wrote: "You might not immediately recognize Amy Lee's name, but you would know her if she plummeted past you from the top floor of a tenement building" and: "That's how anyone with basic cable first saw the singer for the band Evanescence, in the video for the song "Bring Me to Life": falling backward in slow motion, her hair unfolding like a long black veil as she headed for hard pavement below." According to Joe D'Angelo of MTV News, Lee's "...teetering on a ledge" in the video shows a "...distressed and emotionally wrought heroine." Corey Moss of MTV wrote: "...certainly as intense as a superhero movie, the sequence also gives a nice visual to the song's most memorable lyric, 'Save me.'" MTV's Gil Kaufman wrote that "...singer Amy Lee dreams that she has super Spidey powers, climbs up the outside of a building, spies on her creepy neighbors, then plunges into the abyss" and added, "..if your boyfriend is a buff rap-rocker guy, he might not be able to save you from falling off a 20-story building to your death.
I don't think Evanescence are a Christian band, they just put that type of symbolism in their songs like metaphors. Scroll down and check out his short and/or medium black hairstyles & haircuts. I finally seen someone else say they thought it was the neverending story .... I was actually looking for similar comments when I found this and signed up to comment. People it's 2016 it came out in 2003 so stop saying that they are a Christian band they are NOT a Christian band the song is about her husband NOT god they have said themselves that they are NOT a Christian band so please read the meaning of the song above."My friends, Cant you see??I'd like listening to another male/female voice song by Evanescence.Broken was great too,but not dark and gothic as id' wish I personally think songs just mean whatever you want them to mean. The artist wrote them for their personal expression of their feelings, thoughts, beliefs, or experiences. It might touch a different experience, or part of us than the artist originally wrote it for.