Joe Hesh

Joe Hesh

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New Age - Neo Classical | Perkasie, Pennsylvania, United States
Total Song Plays: 572   
Member Since: 2003
   Last Login: over 30 days ago

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Song Description

Any marriage is a long haul. Any relationship worth its salt is a long haul. This song is a pledge that active people in active love need to make in order to keep their relationship solvent and thriving.

Story Behind the Song

My daughter had leukemia when she was 2 and contracted hepatitis C through blood transfusions that kept her alive. She just finished a two year chemotherapy program. My wife just had her colon removed and is still in recovery and rehab from spending most of the spring in the hospital. We have had special friends during these times that have gotten us through it with God's help.

Lyrics

chorus:
I'm in for the long haul, baby.
And I'm stupid just to think I know
Just how far
That I'm supposed to go.
Sometimes it's like a tall wall, baby.
And if we don't give up
We might learn something God has filled our cup with.
Runnin' over my hands with.
Overflowing.

Sorry, no drive through.
Line backs up the turnpike.
Find a radio station, watch the rain.
In every chapter,
A strong and gentle laughter
Can pull us through the heartbreak and the pain. (chorus)

Sorry, I hurt you.
But I will not desert you.
So dry those eyes and hear what I have to say.
The road I'm finding,
is long and winding.
But with God's help we're sure to find the way. (Chorus)

Song Length
4:21
Genre
Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Mixed Vocals
Moods
Moving, Poignant

Subject Matter
Anger, Arrogance

Similar Artists
Alabama, Clint Black
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

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Performance Credits Joe Hesh and Caleb