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In A Great Big World's touching new video—powerful in its simplicity and driven by raw emotion—member Chad King shares a very personal story with "I Won't Stop Running" (Black Magnetic/Epic). The song (and latest single from last year's When the Morning Comes), he announced, was inspired by his 2007 MS diagnosis.

"When I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2007, my doctor said that if I didn't take the medication he prescribed there was a good chance that I'd be paralyzed within seven years," King told People. "This song was my response to the narrow-minded medical professionals of the world who just hand out medicine with no attention to diet and lifestyle."

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