6. Still in Motion

I’m well aware
There’s a long way to go before I’m there
But I’m still in motion, still in motion
I’ll grind all my gears
Trade my home for a new frontier
‘Cause I’m still in motion, still in motion

Rather be the last one in
Than be first to let it go
Oh I would rather be late
Than give up and never show

So, oh come and oh, move steadily
We keep on going at our own speed
So come on and soon we’ll see
We’ll get there going at our own speed


Oh my sight is set and I’m on my way
Every step I take I make day by day
‘Cause I’m still in motion
Oh I’m still in motion, oh I’m still in motion

Sometimes I walk real slow
And other times I run
When the push comes to shove
I know I’ll get it done
‘Cause I’m still in motion
Oh I’m still in motion, oh I’m still in motion

Chorus

Rather be the last one in
Than be first to let it go
Oh I would rather be late
Than give up and never show

Chorus

 

 

7. Where I’m Coming From

 

I’ve seen lost and I’ve seen found from

Sidewalks to interstates I’m bound to this place

I’m grown from this ground

 

I’m not pretty enough for pop

I’m not cool enough for indie rock

I’m too happy to sing the blues

And I’m too damn shy for dancing shoes

My street cred comes from a small town road

Off Cedar Street where the tall pines grow

And I may not know

No, I may not know where I’ll go

But I know where I’m coming from

 

Well I take and I show

From the faces and the places that I go

Each one I use to make all the things I know

‘Cause when I talk and when I sing

It’s like a cinder block and a diamond ring

One’s more rugged and the other one shines

I use ‘em all the time

 

Chorus

 

Before my time is done

I may not know what I’ll become

I may not know where I’ll go

But I know where I’m coming from

 

I’m not pretty enough for pop

I’m not cool enough for indie rock

I’m too happy to sing the blues

I’m too damn shy for dancing shoes

My street cred comes from a small town road

Off Cedar Street where the tall pines grow

And I may not know

What I’ll, I’ll become

No, I may not know where I’ll go

But I know where I’m coming from