Fall to Pieces is a song by Velvet Revolver that appears on their debut album Contraband.
It was the band's second single (released after "Slither") and was very successful. "Fall to Pieces is a rock ballad about lead singer Scott Weiland's battle with heroin and its toll on his relationship with his wife.
The song was #1 on the Mainstream Rock charts for 11 consecutive weeks and also hit #67 on the Billboard Hot 100.
The song's music video strongly follows the meaning of the song, showing Weiland struggling to maintain his relationship with his wife, model Mary Forsberg, who appears in the video playing herself.
The video shows a graphic depiction of Scott going through an overdose, but being "rescued" by bassist Duff McKagan.