Down The Line

Shane Young and Evan Hinshaw playing guitars around a single microphone.

Change will inevitably present itself in many ways throughout our life. It will not always be a change that we welcome, but it will happen either way. We mustn’t allow ourselves to remain idle during these challenges. We must remain steadfast in our purpose despite the weight that may lay upon us. Beethoven wrote his 9th Symphony when he was almost completely deaf, yet it is regarded by many as his greatest work and one of the supreme achievements in the history of western music. Let this, along with other great success stories, be an example of finding hope in grim circumstances. Next time adversity blocks our path, we will simply pick up our things and move along.

Lyrics:

Gonna ride this train to nowhere
Gonna leave this town behind
I can hear those bells a ringing
Till it all gets left behind

Lately I’ve been feeling the winds of change
Wondering what tomorrow will bring my way
And I know I’ll face it on my own
Cause no one here can change things
When all is said and done

So I’ll ride this train to nowhere, Gonna leave this town behind
I can hear those bells a ringing, Till it all gets left behind

I feel something coming over me
The road ahead seems empty and I’m losing steam
And you know you need some peace of mind
Every time you leave a piece
Of yourself behind

So I’ll ride this train to nowhere, Gonna leave this trouble behind
I can hear those bells a ringing, And I know Ive lost my mind

Theres a garden growing in my soul
A flower dies, another blooms and so it goes

So I’ll ride this train to somewhere, Gonna face this crazy life
I can hear those bells a ringing, So I’ll head on down the line
Yes I’ll head on down the line

Recorded and Produced by: Evan Hinshaw, Shane Young
Written by: Shane Young, Evan Hinshaw

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