The Fray perform 'Heartbeat' and 'Over My Head (Cable Car)' on VH1's 'Big Morning Buzz Live.'
Normally, I get super pissed when someone makes my mascara run before it's even had a chance to set. But The Fray are just so good that I'm not even sure how to get fake angry at them. The Colorado-based rockers were kind enough to stop by VH1's "Big Morning Buzz Live" to play acoustic versions of their tearjerker "Heartbeat" and their very first single, "Over My Head (Cable Car)," and I had to call in late for work because of my cryfest. THANKS A LOT.
Accompanied only by guitars and drums, frontman Isaac Slade sang his little heart out and killed the vocal game dead as he crooned, "Oh, I feel your heartbeat/And you're coming around, coming around, coming around/If you can love somebody, love them all the same/You gotta love somebody, love them all the same/Oh, I feel your heartbeat."
+ Watch The Fray perform "Heartbeat" and "Over My Head (Cable Car)" on VH1's "Big Morning Buzz Live" after the jump!
The Fray also tackled their 2005 smash "Over My Head (Cable Car)," which if you must know, still remains one of the most-played songs in my iTunes. (What, it was an emotional 2005 for me, OK?) Though it's been a while, the boys nailed the tune, and I'm now starting to wonder why I don't make it a rule to exclusively date musically inclined bald men. Yes, I just said that out loud.