Listen to “Long Road Home” by Caleb Young Band on Partying on the Back Roads Country Music

Listen to “Long Road Home” by Caleb Young Band on Partying on the Back Roads Country Music

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Long Road Home by Caleb Young Band is available on Partying on the Back Roads Country Music which was created around JSC Country Music

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Long Road Home

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The new single will be the first of many stories that I plan on sharing for years to come. And I want you to know that no matter where you are in your journey.. highs in life are only achieved from the momentum of lows. No moment is less important than the other, no day less valuable to your story, and you have a choice each day to make a comeback. Whether the comeback is big or small, you have the power to choose and have been delivered through grace to be able to make that choice.

Life is a long hard road, but the journey makes the music. From what I’m told, music is a window into our soul. Make good with the tune you can play.

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“Plus One” Listen on Indie Country Music We Love

“Plus One” Listen on Indie Country Music We Love

Alternative Country

Plus One
By Dustin Chapman
From the album Plus One


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“Love and Danger” by Laura Kits added to Top of Currently Featured on Spotify

“Love and Danger” by Laura Kits added to Top of Currently Featured on Spotify

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Love and Danger
By Laura Kits
From the album Love and Danger
Indie country artist from Amsterdam, passionately making country music inspired by artists such as Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood. This song is a celebration of artistry, taking risks, having adventures, following dreams and living bohemian!

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“End of the Line” added to Indie Country Music We Love

“End of the Line” added to Indie Country Music We Love

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End of the Line
By Gulf Stream Riders
From the album End of the Line


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Mountain Switchback Lyrics by Lonesone Train

Mountain Switchback Lyrics by Lonesone Train

Alternative Country

Mountain Switchback   Listen on Spotify
It’s not easy being a working band on the road. Indeed the singer sings “it’s hard to be the perfect band.” There are many distractions, but the worse of all is when they’re playing, and a beautiful woman on the dance floor breaks into a frenetic dance.
Mountain Switchback
(Gibson/Bates/Kelley 2017)

Verse 1
Set them up,
Tear them down,
Electric blowup,
Always out of town,
Tempo speedup,
Alcohol slowdown.

Sometimes it’s a chore
To be the perfect band,
Only one thing rattles us more,
Just one thing to jolt us more . . . .

Chorus
And there she is,
More and more,
Exploding on
The dance floor,
Short, young woman
In halter top and
Tight blue jeans,
And she won’t stop,
By all means,
Tight blue jeans
Diamond in her belly,
Whiff of apple jelly,
Red tat on her
Ankle . . . .
She gives her
Leg a smack,
Lord, more curves than
A Mountain Switchback.

Instrumental

Verse 1
Set them up,
Tear them down,
Electric blowup,
Always out of town,
Tempo speedup,
Alcohol slowdown.

Sometimes it’s a chore
To be the perfect band,
One thing rattles us more,
One thing to jolt us more . . . .

Chorus
And there she is,
More and more,
Exploding on
The dance floor,
Short, young woman
In halter top and
Tight blue jeans,
And she won’t stop,
By all means,
Tight blue jeans
Diamond in her belly,
Whiff of apple jelly,
Red tat on her
Ankle . . . .
She gives her
Leg a smack,
Lord, more curves than
A Mountain Switchback.

Back In The Hills
On ode to country living.
Back In The Hills
(Gibson/Bates/Kelley 2017)

Verse 1
Way back in the Hills
Find them sit’n around,
Doing what they know they do best,
Not too many people,
Know what they do,
That’s where they go to kick it back and rest.

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

Verse 2
Away from the smog,
Smelling cows and hogs,
To me that’s what I call fresh air,
Some go there to write,
Others to spend the night,
The closest thing to a city is a county fair.

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

Instrumental

Verse 3
Yeah, back in the Hills,
Laying in a field,
In a country sky you can see a lot more stars,
Try it in the city,
You’ll find it such a pity,
Laying on the concrete, dodging cars.

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

Instrumental

Chorus
No, you don’t need to worry about a neighbor,
Don’t need to pick up a telephone,
Don’t worry about being loud,
Or fighting the big city crowd,
Way back in the hills you’re all alone.
Yeah, think what you want, I call it home.

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