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and today I in no way resemble the person I was when I was in Evanescence.
Sometimes you grow together and sometimes you grow apart.
“She’s so freaking powerful and awesome,” the singer-pianist gushes. You only want me because I’m not there.” I definitely get a lot of girls who are like, “That’s my song.
The New York City resident phoned from home before the video shoot for hair-blowingly grandiose lead single “What You Want” to discuss some personal misconceptions, Hot Topic, and Juggalos. Like, “Oh my God, I’m your biggest fan, I’ve loved Effervescence since I was ? When I’m posing for a photo shoot, I’m not going to be sticking my tongue out with my eyes crossed.
It was all “a misunderstanding,” as Evanescence singer/main force Amy Lee says of the band’s Christian identity of yesteryear. I guarantee that if the Christian bookstore owners listened to some of those songs, they wouldn’t sell the CD.” Moody went even further.