Ian Flanigan

Ian Flanigan

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Folk - Americana | Saugerties, New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 38   
Member Since: 2019
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: John Martyn, Ray LaMontagne

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Story Behind the Song

This song was written from a father's perspective to their child's as a compass for the future.

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Lyrics

You better get ready, you gotta know
this is the calm before the storm.
Life's gunna get heavy, rain's gunna fall
you're gunna rise above it all.
And when you feel like you're the only one...

Know there's nothing in you, that's different in me.
The same kind of lost, in the same old sea.
But in-between, we find who we are.
You'll never know love until you've lost it,
it's in the hurt where you learn what it cost.
And in-between, you'll find who you are
And you learn to let go.

This world is a crazy beautiful light,
pushing through the darkness, one of a kind.
But you better get ready, careful now--
this world can break even the best of them down.
And when you feel like your the only one...

Know there's nothing in you, that's different in me.
The same kind of lost, in the same old sea.
But in-between, we find who we are.
You'll never know love until you've lost it,
It's in the hurt where you learn what it cost.
And in-between, you'll find who you are
And you learn to let go.

And faith, just like ocean tides, it's under the waves
that crash upon your shore line and always will remain--
when you can't trust the wind to guide you home.

There's nothing in you, that's different in me.
The same kind of lost, in the same old sea.
But in-between, we find who we are.
You'll never know love until you've lost it,
it's in the hurt where you learn what it cost.
And in-between, you'll find who you are
And you learn to let go.

Song Length
4:12
Genres
Folk - Americana, Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Endearing

Subject Matter
Life, Love for Child


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Ian Flanigan
Music Credits Ian Flanigan
Producer Credits Ian Flanigan, Justin Guip
Publisher Credits Nightcap Entertainment
Performance Credits Ian Flanigan
Label Credits Nightcap Entertainment