Chris Boyden

Chris Boyden

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Country - Americana | Eagle, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,137   
Member Since: 2012
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Song Description

A song written from son to father and father to son. Written about faith and trust. A strong belief in loved ones and the ability to endure and succeed through life's trials.

Story Behind the Song

This song was written when my son was going through that "Losing the Training Wheels" stage of life and has applied many times through our lives together.

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Really liked the sound - the effects were very interesting. Also, found the vocals were really nice and I liked the harmonies a lot. Some very nice messages here with the lyrics and they were interesting. I also really liked the instrumentations - the combinations of the instruments was really good.

    - Kathy Myers
Lyrics

Sometimes I get so mad
I think of the fort that I built with my dad
All right
Maybe life ain't so bad
Things in my world aren't really that bad
All right
Dad, my bicycle wheels are now two
I'm mad
But you seem to think
I can do
Anything I put my mind to
So you push me hard
And I pedal off through the yard
He understands
The fears that I have
He makes it okay
With a storybook tale from his head
In a dream
We're sailing away
To a far away island where
Everything's real that he said
Dad, my bicycle wheels are now two
I'm mad
But you seem to think
I can do
Anything I set my mind to
So you push me hard
And I pedal off through the yard
Dad, my bicycle wheels are now two
I'm mad
But you seem to think
I can do
Anything I set my mind to
So you push me hard
And soon I'll be happy like you

Song Length
3:09
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Folk - Contemporary
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Cheerful, Endearing

Subject Matter
Life, Son

Similar Artists
Simon & Garfunkel, Lynyrd Skynyrd

Lyric Credits Chris Boyden
Music Credits Chris Boyden
Producer Credits UnJ5 and Chris Boyden
Performance Credits Chris Boyden