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Isaac Slade on the meaning of "You Found Me"

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We started off the day talking about the Fray's new album, which hit stores today, and posted a link to its performance on Good Morning America. So it seems fitting to end the day with another clip that Ron Patrick from Douglas County Television brought to our attention of Isaac Slade giving more insight on the meaning and inspiration of "You Found Me," the first single from the record. Check out the interview after the jump.


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