Jelly Roll – “she” (Official Audio)

Jelly Roll – “she” (Official Audio)

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See the sunrise in her eyes
before the cold November rain
If you only knew her smile
never know that she’s in pain
Nobody ever saw it comin
it started with a little pill
One thing led to another
Since then it’s all been downhill

She was the life of the party
She was the one everybody
Used to wanna hang around
I bet they wonder where she is now
I wish I woulda known
Before she was too far gone
I’m afraid to lose her now
She’s afraid of comin’ down

I don’t wanna say goodbye
But she can’t get herself to stop
I know that it’ll take some time
But im scared that might be something that we don’t got
Now everybody knows it’s somethin’
They see the writing on the wall
And she feels like she’s flyin’
While we’re all watching her fall

She was the life of the party
She was the one everybody
Used to wanna hang around
I bet they wonder where she is now
I wish I woulda known
Before she was too far gone
I’m afraid to lose her now
She’s afraid of comin’ down

She’s afraid of comin’ down

#JellyRoll #she #SheFindsHelp

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39 Responses

  1. April B says:

    I’m so grateful for 8+ years of sobriety. I’ve lost so many friends to addiction and so many are still stuck in that hell we call addiction. I’m grateful for my Rock bottom. I wouldn’t be alive if I had never hit it. Thank you Jelly, you always hit home with your songs. Much love from a recovering addict in Memphis Tennessee!

    • Numb One says:

      41 months for me

    • shyann clark says:

      I don’t know you but I’m proud of you! It takes immense strength and you did it, congratulations!

    • Fadhila Boulaghmene says:

      How could you🧐

    • Twan Rivers says:


    • Susan Smith says:

      You’ve got this! September made 2 years for me again after a 2 year relapse after 5 years of being clean before that. I would never have made it out alive this last time without Jellyrolls music. I’m truly lucky, blessed, thankful & grateful to be alive today to write this. I refuse to ever let myself go back down that road or to that lifestyle. Just taking it one day at a time seems to work best for me.

  2. Kindra Beatie says:

    I have been checking since midnight to see if this had been released yet. This song is a lyrical masterpiece. 107,622 people lost their lives from overdose in 2021. My daughter uses fentanyl. I had no idea until my granddaughter was born in 2018. I thought she would do whatever needed to get her daughter back. My granddaughter came home from the hospital with me and I adopted her Dec. 2020. It is so hard as a mother to watch her self destruct and I can’t help her. It eats away at me 4 years later like it was yesterday. Everyday I worry is today gonna be the day I get that call that something has happened. She was my best friend and I miss her so fucking much.

    • Justin Williamson says:

      Tell kinda beatie tell her you love her and miss her

    • Justin Williamson says:

      Tell her kinda beatie

    • Stigma Ends Here says:

      @difficult13 I am so so sorry for your loss. Being on the sober side of addiction now and having almost everyone I love still out there I live with that fear all the time, my mom was 36 with 3 teenagers and a granddaughter on the way when she ate a fentanyl patch and never woke up again.

    • difficult13 says:

      I am so sorry your having to go through this, You sound like me. I spent all of 2021 telling my daughter I was going to get that call one day and in November 2021..
      I did…She was 25 with a 4yr old daughter. This has been the hardest year of my 44 years. And I am praying you don’t have to go through this. Please try and get her help, I know it can be difficult to get them to go but don’t give up and do not enable her but be there as much as you possibly can. I wish I would of tried harder instead of just telling my daughter all the time. It’s not too late for you to do something though. My prayers are with you. 💙

    • SnazzyAvacado says:


  3. Cyndee H says:

    Dude…I’m 60, and I realize what a blessing you are to this earth….and to so many. Wow…..over 10 yrs clean. Please keep blessing us with your music.

  4. Becky Ballou says:

    I’ve never waited for a song to be released in my life until now. This song hits me extremely close to home. I’m struggling and I needed to hear this to remind me what’s really important in my life. It’s been really hard the past year and a half and I’m not the same person I use to be. I miss the person I was, I don’t know where that girl is now….

    • Simple Man says:

      You don’t know me but I love you and you got this.

    • lex19xx says:

      She’ll come back! What made me want to get clean was the fact that I couldn’t stand to see myself in a mirror. I wanted to change my reflection, it was hard but I did. You can too❤

    • Ashley Moore says:

      @Marie Roo THANK YOU SIS!!! I LOVE YOU TOO ❤️

    • Rue Glock says:

      I love all you guys! Jelly has a way of bringing us together, allowing the emotions to flow that so many of us try so hard to repress/hide. It’s pretty amazing honestly. Where would we be without music?

    • Rue Glock says:

      Don’t ever give up hope! You are not alone! We’re all in this together, even if we aren’t together. Sometimes I wonder, “why the hell is this happening to me?” but it helps to instead look at it as “what is this trying to teach me?”. Usually it seems cruel lol but just know, you are not alone in this thing and all we can do is keep pushing forward, one leg at a time. Jelly has a way of bringing us together and letting those emotions flow.

  5. Savana Taylor says:

    My mom sent me this song and told me to listen, I just celebrated 3 years on Nov 18, this song as well as many others of yours, hits home hard. Brings me to tears thinking about everything I’ve been through and put others through. Your music brings me peace
    and a reminder that I am worth it. Keep on keepin on Jelly!

    • Donald Stephensen says:


    • Country Sunflower says:

      Congratulations keep up the good work. You do matter.

    • Clem Foley says:

      Congratulations on the 3 years! Given the percentage of people who will not make it out alive, you are a warrior! Please, for all of us still in the grips of this insidious predicament, keep it up… and say a prayer for us.

  6. Janet Williams says:

    This is an amazing song. Extremely well written. It should hit #1 easily.

  7. John Pyle says:

    How is it that every song you release is so damn personal to me?! It’s wild! Or maybe it’s just therapeutic music.

    • ghostofdunewest says:

      Jelly roll made a whole album dedicated to therapeutic music. He’s not like most people he understands that alot of people are hurting deeply and his music has helped and saved so many. Jelly roll my man if your reading this. Id like to say that you do make therapeutic music. But you also make music that goes deep into the soul. And literally fights the struggles of everyday life. What you do is truly a gift. Keep going on that hot streak 😎 ~ Kurt Kali

    • katlyn kettering says:

      I feel the same way! This song and hollow!!!! Sings to the soul!

    • Misti Carosello says:

      Same John, SAME!

    • Crystal Scheid says:

      I agree 100%! Every damn song is very personal to me! When I heard the “preview” of this song I was like damn he’s singing about my life again. This song hit home big time for me!🥺

    • elizabeth Lawson says:

      Therapeutic music for lost souls

  8. Christa Wilson says:

    You never cease to amaze me Jelly. This is a masterpiece. Thank you.

  9. Tiffany Moore says:

    This has become my new favorite song. I’m coming up on 2 years sober in February and this was 100% me. My daughters and I went thru very horrific abuse in 2021 and I was so deep in my addiction that I didn’t realize my husband was drugging me and many other horrible things. 2/17/21 our lives forever changed and I almost lost my daughters life and lost custody of my children, lost my home, my car everything. I’ve spent the last 21 months working so hard healing myself and learning how to love my new sober life and everyday is such a grateful blessing to wake up clean and sober 🥰🥰

    • Chris Sparks says:

      What an amazing testimony! You’re right every day is a blessing and it keeps getting better. Keep working hard.

  10. Cary Simpson says:

    As a father with a daughter with addiction i listen to this with tears rolling I wish I could hug all of you, thank you Jelly Roll for this song love ya brother

    • Gina Arceci says:

      @Cary Simpson my thoughts and prayers are with you and your daughter. I know the agonizing pain of loving an addict/alcoholic and we just wish that we could love their disease away. Sadly, we cannot. My sister lost her battle with addiction Sept 12 2014 and then seven months later my brother succumbed to his demons on April 21st and he took his life. I’m the one who found him. It has taken every ounce of strength I have to not go back to that lifestyle. I myself am a recovering addict/alcoholic and celebrated 10 years clean September 6th and 9 years sober on Nov 7th. I hated who I was, and who I had become. An empty shell of a human being. I knew that my kids and myself deserved better so I fought to get my life back. It was hell, but so worth it. My kids have had a very hard life and lost so many to addiction. In March it’ll be 3 years since they lost their dad to an overdose. This song really hits home and has me crying at work. May God watch over your daughter and keep her safe. Happy holidays.

    • Cary Simpson says:

      @Clem Foley thanks brother I sure will hugs to you and yours I’ll never give up on her and trying to help as man people as I can have a very merry Christmas

    • Clem Foley says:

      As a man who’s struggled with this monster for the better part of 25 years, I can tell you in the most gentle, supportive, and empathetic voice, that it may get worse before it gets better, but as long as you never ever give up on her, it will get better. I have a daughter too… she’s almost 12 and I’m scared to death for her. So say a prayer for me, and i will do the same for your daughter and you while we listen to this beautiful song and shed a tear/s.
      Keep your head up brother

    • Cary Simpson says:

      @Ragstoriches resale I’ll never give up on her, thank you so much

    • Ragstoriches resale says:

      Don’t ever give up ! Stay positive

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