Randy Steward

Randy Steward

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Folk - Rock | Melba, Idaho, United States
Total Song Plays: 223   
Member Since: 2016
   Last Login: 6/24/2018
   Sounds Like: James Taylor, Jackson Browne

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Song Description

Fun, upbeat song about the changes life brings our way. It talks about leaving the old life behind and entering a new phase and the contentment that brings.

Story Behind the Song

I wrote this song to tell the story of a move made by myself, my wife and our daughter from So Calif to No Calif. It also changed our lifestyle and attitudes.

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love the instrumentals .I love the whole song, you have a good one going, and it should go far. I don't see anything to question about,

    - Kaye Logan

John Deere and Souvenirs

I was born and raised the city,
I knew a couple of my neighbor's names
I played rock and roll in a Zeplin band,
I learned every song the Beatles played.
But in the back of my mind I knew there'd come a time
When I'd have to leave it all behind
So with a 3 truck load I hit the road
And I didn't look back this time.
Well we settled outside of Jackson
Two miles down a dirt rock drive
Just my wife and me & my daughter makes 3
2 dogs, 2 cats and some flies.
Wouldn't call it a farm, but I got a weathered barn
A few horses and a big oak tree
I've got rocks for ground, but I'm settled down,
I'm right where I'm supposed to be

Now it's John Deere & Souvenirs
I got 11 acres for my ground
A perfect piece of land, from God's own hand
I got the hawks standing guard
But I'm up at 4, I don't lock my doors
I'm tired at the end of the day.
Don't have a dime but what I have is mine
& I wouldn't have it any other way

Well I coach a local kid's baseball team
and least year we even won a game
I got my own horse shoer and fresh manure
I've got a fair amount of sun and rain
Now in Sutter they're putting up a signal light
It's the 1st in the county to date
I drive 20 miles for my ice cream run
It's rough, oh lord it's great

Well we got ourselves a Chevy pickup truck
No air, no heat but it runs
My daughter's got 22 kids in her class
And I know every signal one
Our social life has changed just a bit
There's the car wash and PTA
But every once in a while we just sit and smile and watch the sunlight fade


Song Length
Country - General, Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Content, Endearing

Subject Matter
Change, General

Similar Artists
Randy Travis, Jackson Browne
1990 - 1999

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