Jibby Was Most Happy

Jibby Was Most Happy

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Folk - Alternative | Seattle, Washington, United States
Total Song Plays: 208   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

"Montana" is about ignoring--or rather hushing--the voices in our head that say we aren't good enough. It's also about overcoming difficult-to-recognise walls that we build around our lives and of lost love. It could also be called "Leaving Montana" (but that just sounds silly) as i was moving out of the state for the first time in 20 years.

Story Behind the Song

I was driving north on highway 93 through idaho's snake river valley. I was on my way to missoula to play a couple shows. I stopped just outside of salmon to camp. I found a spot next to the river and wrote this song. It has matured greatly since that night but that's where it began.

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Lyrics

i didn't mean to hold the rhyme true
but you followed my gaze
you opened up this thought
along your passing phrase

the secret is all to believe that we are
amazing for once like are mentors are to
amazing for once like those we look up to

so much left to desire
find a back home
no more montana for me
but it brings me a smile
always brings me

i didn't mean to know i was falling
that wasn't what she sang to me
the secret is all that i've been afraid
afraid to love these loves that were here
afraid of this divine only left me apart
afraid of this divine...

so much left to desire
find a back home
no more montana for me
but it brings me a smile
i guess i should smile

i chose to abide by you
i'm just hoplessly abandoned
the love it seems slipping
i'm just burning up
but the snake valley's on
on this north road i'm on
the love it seems slipping away

so much left to desire love
find a back home
no more montana for me
but it brings me a smile
always brings me

Song Length
4:28
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Rock - Easy Listening
Tempo / Feel
Non 4/4
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Nonviolent, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
Change, Loneliness

Similar Artists
David Gray, Radiohead
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Jibran
Music Credits Jibran
Producer Credits Jibran Bisharat
Publisher Credits Jibran Bishart
Performance Credits Jibran
Label Credits Boy Named Jib Studios