slow music sundays :: “even if it breaks your heart”

Timing is everything. It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about cooking a perfect steak, scoring a goal in footy, or finding the person who will be by your side through the good and the bad. Life is a bit of a crap shoot, and we can only hope with the experiences we have and the knowledge within us that we find that perfect opening and have the courage to go for it. And maybe, just maybe, it’ll change things forever. But the key in any endeavor is to never stop trying, never stop “dreaming.”

So with that, I give you Will Hoge’s “Even If It Breaks Your Heart,” as this past week (for me at least) has been quite a reminder of how important it is to never give up and never stop believing. Stick to your guns and take on the world head on.

Way back on the radio dial
A fire got lit inside a bright eyed child
Every note just wrapped around your soul
From steel guitar to Memphis all the way to rock and roll

Woah I can hear ’em playing
I can hear the ringing of a beat up old guitar
Woah I can hear ’em saying
Keep on dreaming even if it breaks your heart

Downtown where I used to wander
Old enough to get there but too young to get inside
I would stand out on the sidewalk
Listen to the music playing every Friday night

Woah I can hear ’em playing
I can hear the ringing of a beat up old guitar
Woah I can hear ’em saying
Keep on dreaming even if it breaks your heart

Some dreams stay with you forever
Drag you around and lead you back to where you were
Some dreams keep on getting better
Got to keep believing if you want to know for sure

Woah I can hear ’em playing
I can hear the ringing of a beat up old guitar
Woah I can hear ’em saying
Keep on dreaming even if it breaks your heart

Woah I can hear ’em playing
I can hear the ringing of a beat up old guitar
Woah I can hear ’em saying
Keep on dreaming even if it breaks your heart

Keep on dreaming even if it breaks your heart

Keep on dreaming

Don’t let it break your heart

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