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A "re-imagining" of a song we released with our previous band Foonspeeders. We were into new things and started to play the song in a new way - and we liked it enough to record another version. Stick around for the lyrical twist at the end.

lyrics

And when you think it all over
And you decide you can’t go on
Just another day older
And nowhere is as far as you have gone
And everybody’s got advice
That starts to sound like stuff
You’ve heard a thousand times
Yeah they all got their advice and
I say "stuff it up your #ss"

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
True wisdom only comes from pain
Everything is for the best
And if you ask me I might suggest
Get on that horse again

And when you’re clean and sober
And realize you’ve had enough
So much weight on your shoulders
And no one told you life was gonna be so rough
And everything that people say
Is rearranged and paraphrased, but still an old cliché
Yeah they all got their advice, but I say
You better think twice

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
God works His will in mysterious ways
And everything is for the best
And if you ask me, I might suggest
I say it once again
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
God works His will in mysterious ways
And everything is for the best
And if you ask me, I might suggest
Your luck is bound to change (because)

Every cloud has a silver lining
Good things come to those who wait
All you need is a little timing
It’ll work out, you know it’s never too late

The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
True wisdom only comes from pain
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
God works His will in mysterious ways
And everything is for the best
And if you ask me, I might suggest
I tell you once again
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step
God works His will in mysterious ways
And everything is for the best
And if you ask me, I might suggest
You don't listen to a word I say

credits

from Funk Out With Your Junk Out, released January 24, 2008
Music/Lyrics: Scott Martin
Drums: Jim Evans
Bass: Mike Adams
Guitar: Maurice Adams
Guitar/Keys/Vocals: Scott Martin

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drunkdude69 Cleveland, Ohio

DD69 music has been described as “a rip through a well-stocked jukebox, with smooth funk that would have been at home on a turntable three decades ago mixing with a contemporary guitar-heavy party vibe that could have been recorded two weeks ago.”

The music has drawn comparisons to classic artists like Stevie Wonder and Frank Zappa, as well as contemporary bands like Sublime and 311.
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