The Story Never Ends…

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‘The Story Never Ends’ – Aaron Lewis

Settling for a slowdown in life is one of the most important strategies a person can use to refocus on what matters most in their life.  People, including myself, are swept away by the daily grind of careers, and the hustle and bustle of taking care of others, sometimes they forget about taking care of themselves.  It is a crucial to your happiness and well-being to ‘settle for a slowdown’ at times in your life, before it becomes out of control.  I will get to the point where I wear myself down to the point where I am sleeping when I get home from work because I do not take the time to let my brain stop, and take a break. I will then wake up at 4:30am thinking about all of the matters I need to finish, or take care of that day.  Life is too short, I know that is cliche, but seriously, life is a gift of the present, and it is critical to live in the present.  Worry comes from thinking about the future, and the next step, and living in that state-of-being, you will miss everything going on around you each day.

I challenge you to take a step back today, and give yourself a break from the stress in your life.

‘The Story Never Ends’ Lyrics:

Another two months on the road
Just two more miles I’ll be home to what I know
Where things move a little slower
And people always wave goodbye and say hello
And the maples on this road they must be three hundred years old
Just imagine all the stories they could tell
Of the tractors and the cars
All comin’ home from Liston’s bar
And the country folk just out to raise some hell
To raise some hell

This is my home
This is where I belong
Where my daughters go to school
Where opinions are strong
Where my neighbors are my friends
And the story never ends

So I just hit the ground and keep on runnin’
All of yesterday has come and gone
And so you try to pick up all the pieces
Put it all back the way that it belongs
Well the next thing that you know
It’s time to play another show
I’m leavin’ out of here just after dawn
Ain’t it good to know that no matter where you go
That this town has got your back when you are gone
When you are gone

And this is my home
This is where I belong
Where my daughters go to school
Where opinions are strong
And my amendment rights
They keep me safe at night
Where my neighbors are my friends
And the story never ends

This is my home
This is where I belong
Where my daughters go to school
Where opinions are strong
Where my amendment rights
Keep me safe at night
Where my neighbors are my friends
And the story never ends

And the story never ends

Another two months on the road
Just two more miles I’ll be home
To what I know

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Lucky Man – Cody Canada

Cody Canada – Lucky Man

She likes askin’ why
She likes wearin’ diamonds on her hands

Chorus:
She’s got me wrapped ’round her finger
And all the love I could bring her
Would not be half as much as she deserves
She’s been on my mind almost all of the time
And I swear that she straightens out my curves
I’m a lucky man, ’cause I got her

She drives me wild
With the faith of a child
And I don’t know sometimes what she sees in me

She’s been through so much
To have such a gentle touch
And I know deep down inside she believes in me