David Wilner

David Wilner

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Pop - Rock | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 8   
Member Since: 2004
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Song Description

It's never too late to start it over again.

Lyrics

VERSE:
Spent half my twenties working hard every single day
To make the best of the situation
And I've had plenty of success along the way
My share of love and inspiration

And I will not regret the choice I made
I will hold my head up high
And though I do not know what will come next, I do know this that
I will look my future right in the eye because it's

CHORUS:
Never too late
To start it over again

VERSE:
Lived my whole life in the same place I was born and raised
So glad I got the chance to tour the nation
In all my travels I never ceased to be amazed
Got a whole new outlook and appreciation

Finally found someplace that feels like home
Feel like I never want to leave
But there it is again that voice down deep inside of me saying
You've got so much more to say boy
Get yourself back on the road cause it's

CHORUS:
Never too late
To start it over again

BRIDGE:
Who says you need to know the day after graduation
What you plan to do till you retire
I'd like to think of life as one great improvisation
I'll go where my heart leads me to
I'll chase my dreams and my desires

VERSE:
Finally found someone who feels like home
Feel like I never want to leave
But there she is again encouraging my every move saying
Go and do what you were born to do and
If you change your mind you'll know it's true that it's

CHORUS:
Never too late
To start it over again

Song Length
3:54
Genres
Pop - Rock, Rock - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal

Subject Matter
Hope, Change


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits David Wilner
Music Credits David Wilner
Producer Credits David Wilner
Performance Credits David Wilner, John Pecak, Joe Weigel