O yeah, a good classic country sound greets me as I start the song... that's always nice! The steel ...
more O yeah, a good classic country sound greets me as I start the song... that's always nice! The steel guitar rolls the song straight to the lead vocals. Now that's as good as it gets. The violins/strings are the added touch to the intro. I love it!
The piano/drums and bass are just right. The words take center stage and are right where they should be - hat's off to the producer... The words talk about hard times, but instead of "crying in your beer suds" - this song points the weary soul to Jesus. This gospel message is pure and strong - nothing shy about these lyrics. The words are like a healing balm to any hurting person looking for a way out of there pain and suffering. This is good country gospel to the bone. You don't have to like country music to appreciate the words - they are beautiful and the right medicine for broken people.
Finally, let me say that the easy flowing rhythm, along with Kenny's warm and strong vocals make this song a pure delight to listen to from beginning to end. And, that's coming from someone who doesn't listen to much country music. I love this song, and it's got everything. I think the steel guitar could back off just a tad, but that's very minor. I would have loved to put a little harmonica in this song...
Thanks for sharing such a wonderful gospel song with everyone! You blessed me to no end.
In Christ/Michael D'Aigle