Better Off


Better Off

Infobox Single
Name = Better Off
Artist = Theory of a Deadman
from Album = Gasoline
Released = December 2005
Format = CD
Recorded = December 2005
Genre = Rock
Length =
Label = Roadrunner/604 Records
Writer = Tyler Connolly & band
Theory of a Deadman
Reviews =
Last single = "Hello Lonely (Walk Away From This)"
(2005)
This single = "Better Off"
(2005)
Next single = "Say Goodbye"
(2006) |

"Better Off" by Theory of a Deadman is the third Canadian single off the album "Gasoline." "Better Off" is about a man who says he'll be better off by himself than with his supposedly mean girlfriend. In the music video, the band shows different concerts while they were on tour, promoting their album, "Gasoline". It has only been released in Canada.


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