Nothing Could Come Between Us

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"Nothing Could Come Between Us"
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Single by Theory of a Deadman
from the album Theory of a Deadman
Released June 11, 2002
Format CD
Recorded November 2001- May 2002
Genre Hard rock
Post-grunge
Length 3:27
Label Roadrunner/604 Records
Writer(s) Tyler Connolly & Chad Kroeger (lyrics)
Theory of a Deadman (music)
Theory of a Deadman singles chronology
"Nothing Could Come Between Us"
(2002)
"Make Up Your Mind"
(2003)
Music video
"Nothing Could Come Between Us" on YouTube

"Nothing Could Come Between Us" is a song by Canadian hard rock group Theory of a Deadman. It was released in June 2002 as the lead single from their eponymous debut album. It represented the first major success of the band and helped propel it on to the music scene, peaking at #8 on the U.S. Mainstream Rock Tracks and #2 on the Canadian Singles Chart.[1] '

Content[edit]

The song's lyrics deal with the disillusionment of a man when he understands that, despite his feelings, he does not feel like he can spend the rest of his life with someone. The song also deals with his reminiscing about the good times they had and some of her favorite mannerisms ("Nothing could come between us, no nothing, nothing / One the favorite things she used to say").

Track listing[edit]

The Single Track Listing

  1. "Nothing Could Come Between Us" (3:27)
  2. "Above This" (2:14)
  3. "Invisible Man" (2:42)

The Single CD included bonus track above this and the song invisible man. Invisible man was included on the Theory of a Deadman album whilst Above This became a downloadable track.

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
Canada (Canadian Singles Chart)[2] 2
US Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks[2] 8

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Theory of a Deadman > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles". allmusic. Retrieved 2010-10-09. 
  2. ^ a b "Theory of a Deadman > Charts & Awards > Billboard Singles". Allmusic. Rovi Corporation. Retrieved 2010-05-16. 

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