Baywud - (We Don't Have To) Walk Alone [Acoustic] | Revry

4 min Folk Music Pop Rock TV-14

Director: Baywud

  • Baywud
  • Rune Westberg

(We Don't Have To) Walk Alone was written about the current state of the world; a world divided by race, religion, politics, and gender. The song is about uniting, putting our differences aside, and learning to love each other despite our many egos. It's a wish song that we can somehow come together, open our hearts and move towards a better future.

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