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Jun 25, 1997 · Released in 1996, "Head above Water" is a black/romantic dramedy about a couple living on an island off the coast of Maine (Harvey Keitel and Cameron Diaz) and their grounds keeper (Craig Sheffer). A series of serious problems arise when the girl's ex-boyfriend visits while the guys are on a fishing trip (Billy Zane).
- Jim Wilson
Head above Water may be the best song she has ever written especially if you know the story behind it. She wrote that song while battling Lyme disease, when she not only thought she was going to die, but had accepted it. The song was her last plea for life.
Head Above Water has its moments of darkness, but they're not sad, they're stirring. The album is designed to offer solace while also being a rallying call.
Sep 19, 2018 · On her comeback ballad “Head Above Water”, Avril Lavigne sings about fighting for her life. The song is a piano-driven pop-rock anthem, in which Lavigne tries to stop herself from drowning under...
keep one's head above water, to To avoid financial ruin; also, to avoid being overwhelmed by overwork, too many commitments, or other excessive demands. This saying, with its analogy to being drowned, dates from the early eighteenth century. “I have almost drowned myself to keep his head above water,” wrote John Arbuthnot in John Bull (1712).
Following her battle with Lyme Disease, Avril Lavigne has made a comeback with "Head Above Water" on September 19, 2018. "This is me and my fight. One night, I thought I was dying, and I had accepted that I was going to die. My mom laid with me in bed and held me.
Dm Bb God, keep my head above water F Don't let me drown C It gets harder Dm Bb I'll met you there at the altar F C As I fall down to my knees Dm Bb Don't let me drown, drown, drown F C Don't let me, don't let me, don't let me drown