Rob Dye
Rob Dye
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Country - Rock | Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey, United States
Total Song Plays: 637   
Member Since: 2010
   Last Login: 12/15/2014
   Sounds Like: Toby Keith, Keith Urban

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Plays:

33

Song Description

The ten songs that comprise Days To Here, the debut CD from New Jersey native Rob Dye, are a journey through the rich landscape of American music’s roots. With feet firmly planted in those roots, Dye’s music incorporates elements of rock, old school country, Stax-influenced R&B, gospel and more while remaining true to the essence of each style. Guitars wail, the pedal steel and piano bring us into a honky-tonk saloon, a trio of singers takes us to church, an accordion whisks us into bayou country, while a saxophone echoes the famed Jersey Shore sound. Through it all, the lyrics tell classic stories of love, faith, drinking and hitting the road.

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Lyrics

BELIEVE (ROB DYE)

So many years gone by, how many more ahead?
Why do I wake up every day and face it with such dread?
Been thinking about my life and what it means to me
Where do I go from here? It's such a mystery

Knots in my stomach, pain in my heart
Why did she leave me alone, alone apart?

Here I am once again, do I want to face the end?
But I know I can count on you, you've always pulled me through

Can you save me rock and roll?  
Can you save me rock and roll?
Can you save me, can you save me, won't you save me
There's a light at the end of the tunnel I've got to believe

Freight train ahead full of emptiness
Staring me in the face again loneliness
The road I'm traveling may take a wrong turn
But in the end there's always a lesson learned

Here I am once again, do I want to face the end?
I always believed in you to show me what to do 

Repeat chorus

Can you save me rock and roll?     
Can you save me rock and roll?
Can you save me,  can you save me, won't you save me
Can you save me rock and roll?    
Can you save me rock and roll?
Can you save me, can you save me, won't you save me
There's a light at the end of the tunnel I've got to believe

Song Length
3:29
Genre
Rock - Modern