Shaun Morgan opens his anguish in tunes like Broken as well as the remake of George Michael's Careless Whispers. Morgan always comes off sounding intelligent and like a rock star instead of a groveling emo.
"Basically she went out and aired all my dirty laundry in the press. She was bad mouthing me and everything." - When Shaun Morgan's ex-girlfriend, Amy Lee, wrote a song about him called "Call Me When You're Sober," the Seether front man responded with "Breakdown," which, according to Morgan, tells his side of the story: http://www.songfacts.com/blog/interviews/shaun_morgan_of_seether/