Aerosmith Explain New Song We All Fall Down
The tune is the only song on the project not written by a member of the group. The ballad was put together by Diane Warren, who wrote Aerosmith's 1998 smash, "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing," which was the band's first Number One pop hit.
"The chorus goes 'We . . . all . . . fall . . . down.' That's monumental in any song. When you do a song and all of a sudden just the drums are there?" Steven Tyler tells Rolling Stone. "That's magic in songs. So when I heard that, I knew it was just weird enough for us to pull off." more on this story
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