a song by American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson. Known for its Avril Lavigne-meets-Papa Roach pop/alternative metal sound, it is quite darker than what we are used to hearing from her. Dissed mainly by people who either (1) say it's meaningless pop music, or (2) are skeptical because of some of its phrases that they think Kelly shouldn't be saying because she's a teen pop singer (I was one of the latter).
To the person who dissed "Behind These Hazel Eyes" in the Kelly Clarkson definition, you forgot to add some of these lyrics to diss. "Seems like just yesterday, you were a part of me" and "No, I don't cry on the outside ANYMORE!" were just as meaningless as the other lyrics you posted there. Besides, the latter lyric is really unnecessary. No one cares except for people that know her that she doesn't cry on the outside anymore.
by Karen Stickney December 30, 2006