Of course I care what you think, but I will not tolerate the excuses anymore. So I wanted to test the waters and go back and work with him a second time. I think the biggest craving a human being needs to satisfy is the need to be loved, and as corny as that sounds we all carry these scars. People have to accept responsibility for their actions. You almost have to go into it fearlessly once you know that it's the right thing to do.
We built it and wrote it in one or two days and it was done. It's got a great big aggressive edge to it. It's a great piece, and I love singing the chorus of the song. He presented the music to me, and we worked on the arrangement together. It's so pretty and strong. It's a little bit different, but it's super catchy. It's my fucking record, and hey, listen: if you like 10 out of 11 I win! It's this game of push and pull.
We also welcome feedback on how we can improve our services. I see my own habits sometimes — and the things I do to pull people in — and then my attitude changes and I kind of push them away, just when they become loving and caring and attentive. You're always trying to help them and carry their crosses. That was one of the things I picked up when I demoed two songs. .
It's a song about reaching out to someone you think you're compatible with, but it might not work out because you're never physically able to be together. I'm in a good place now, and I have some great things surrounding me. I don't love it anymore, but I don't care. We are available to answer your questions 24 hours a day seven days a week. And whether you understand my decisions or not is not as relevant as me understanding why I've made these decisions, and knowing that it's for a bigger and better picture.
What's important is that the connection is strong, and as long as you understand that you're willing to live with these scars, then you don't have to run away when something scares you. Even though my name might be taboo in your home right now — because maybe you feel like I fucked this up — maybe one day you'll say my name again. I can't say it competes with those songs — obviously it's too new, and those songs are legendary — but I feel like it kind of has those elements of an epic ballad. I have a beautiful daughter. Accepting Credit Cards Please don't hesitate to email us if you have any questions, suggestions or issues. Recording, copying, distribution of any media is possible only upon special consent from the Rightholder.
You think back later, and wonder if you'd put in the time in and made enough of a commitment to make things work. It was really interesting to see if this approach would work with such a well-oiled machine, because we have an approach that already works. Co-written again — musically — with Clint Lowery. In the end, it's a reflection of what I've been through in the last couple of years, where I've made a life decision to eliminate a lot of negative people and negative things in my life. He's got a great head for melody — and a really good songwriter — but more importantly he's a really good producer when it comes to sonically making the album sound good.
The song has a little bit of an ego to it, in that it made be realised that it's not always the other person that creates the situations that I find myself becoming a victim of. It's about having a voice, and standing up for yourself, and not beating yourself up and not sticking to your true instincts. Because I'm going to be fine, and maybe more successful than I've ever been. I have a good career. What I love about this song is that it has this really great chorus we used 20 elementary school kids to sing it.
So it's about the bullshit that I need to stop and correct. It became one of the best decisions I've made in my life and really set me on this course. But it comes from a place of satisfaction and completion. Because I'm certainly not saying that we're the legends! I really believe we found something unique on this record, not too far detached from what we do and what we've been, but just enough to raise the eyebrows of the core audience, and draw in a new audience and perhaps a younger audience. I think the chorus blows up into a big beautiful melodic chorus, and I love the lyrical content because I felt it was the most artistic and creative lyrics I came up with on the record. It was taking a little bit of what I've done over the years with my solo stuff, and hybriding it to come up with a more classic ballad, like the Dream Ons and the Stairway To Heavens and the November Rains. It's about understand that sometimes you help create this.