Dustin Wray

Dustin Wray

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Rock - General | Warren, Ohio, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,788   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 11/13/2020

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When I was growing up back in my hometown I never felt too much accepted
All the popular kids didn't want me around But I never felt too much affected

'Cuz I grew up strong & I grew up right Had an inner strength & a future sight
I went on with my life & I rose to new heights And now I know...
That it doesn't matter what they said Anymore

And when I fell in love with the girl of my dreams It seemed too good to be true
But when her promises were not what they seemed I felt worse than I knew I could feel

And for two long years I couldn't even try To look another woman straight in the eye
Now I don't have to wonder what it's like to die But now I know
That it doesn't matter what she did Anymore

If you would just discover that life is gonna go on
If you could just determine that you are gonna be strong
Enough to carry on - when your hope is gone
'Cuz people are gonna be cruel Just like those kids at school
But you don't have to try to be cool Not anymore

And when people act like they're better than you & look past you like you're nothin'
Remember they're the ones who don't have a clue 'Cuz they're tryin' hard to act like they're something
So don't pay no mind when they act that way 'Cuz it's all just part of the games we play
So just blow it off 'cuz now you can say That you know
That it doesn't matter what they do Anymore

Song Length
Country - Rock, Rock - Americana
Tempo / Feel
Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Content, Cheerful

Subject Matter
Encouragement, Determination

Similar Artist
No Idea
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Dustin Wray Hockensmith
Music Credits Dustin Wray Hockensmith
Producer Credits Bill Warner
Publisher Credits Dustin Wray Hockensmith
Performance Credits Dustin Wray Featuring Liz Anne Hill
Label Credits Circle H Records