I’m the Dreamer, Soaking Up Every Line…


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I’m the dreamer, soaking up every line
Searching for truth all the time
The believer, that music can save a soul
The one who’s at every show, in the front row,

Trying my best to not be a “basic white girl” right now, but… I can’t even. I can’t even get over the goosebumps that I felt hearing this song for the first time today, I can’t even describe to you how much joy my heart felt and how much that I could relate to every note and every lyric. I was literally blown away when I heard Charles Kelley’s new song, “The Driver” on WPOR this morning. Upon returning home and immediately looking up the lyrics/video and downloading it from iTunes, I discovered that Eric Paslay and Dierks Bentley also collaborate on what is SURE to be the 2016 ACM Vocal Event of the Year… if not DECADE. This song is going to soar to the top of the charts and win many, many awards. This masterpiece was beautifully written by Charles Kelley, Eric Paslay and Abe Stoklasa. It’s the story of the road… these artists on tour that pour their hearts and souls into every show. Me? I’m one of those dreamers, a believer, a singer… at every show, in the front row. I wouldn’t have it any other way! Please take a look and listen! You won’t be disappointed!

If you’d like to purchase this song from iTunes, click here!

Please let me know what you think below in the comments. I would love to hear from you. 🙂





Blogging 101 Assignment: Who I Am & Why I’m Here

So I’m hoping to get the blog really rolling with this new year, and I decided to sign up for a “Blogging 101” course in hopes of giving me the motivation and focus that I need. I’m still fairly new in this whole blogging world and would like to get myself out there to more potential country music lovers!

One of my main goals for 2015 is to focus more on progress rather than perfection… which for me means stop hoarding my 17 unfinished drafts that don’t seem “perfect enough to post” and start getting more of my stories and experiences out there! Being a perfectionist is most of the times a curse… ok probably more like all of the time! So this year I’m really trying to look past that and just accept things being “good enough.”

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