Can't Be Saved

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"Can't Be Saved"
Single by Senses Fail
from the album Still Searching
Released October 10, 2006
Format Digital download
Recorded 2006
Genre Post-hardcore, emo, pop-punk
Length 3:07
Label Vagrant
Songwriter(s) James "Buddy" Nielsen, Senses Fail
Producer(s) Brian McTernan
Senses Fail singles chronology
"Calling All Cars"
(2006)
"Can't Be Saved"
(2006)
"The Priest and the Matador"
(2007)
"Calling All Cars"
(2006)
"Can't Be Saved"
(2007)
"The Priest and the Matador"
(2007)

"Can't Be Saved" is the second single from Senses Fail's second album, Still Searching. The music video was first introduced through AOL Music on May 22, 2007.[1]

The song is included as a playable track in the video game Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock. This song is also included in the hit game Tap Tap Revenge 2 for iPod Touch and iPhone.

The song was featured on Senses Fail's greatest hits album, Follow Your Bliss.[2]

Music video[edit]

The music video, which revolves around a male high school student, begins with a presumably English teacher handing out a failing grade to the protagonist. Subsequently, he is shown being suspended from his lacrosse team. The video then displays shots of the athlete studying with a fellow student among clips of the athlete's presumed girlfriend and typical friends. The athlete begins to warm up to his student tutor, also male, despite social boundaries and the next paper handed to the protagonist displays a grade of "B+". The video concludes with a beach bonfire party, where the athlete and his student tutor are shown kissing each other in a secluded location.

The video was filmed at Canyon Crest Academy, a high school in San Diego, California.[3]

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