New Third Coast

New Third Coast

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Folk - Contemporary | Glen Arbor, Michigan, United States
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Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

This came to me in a dream (no, really)! I had a dream that I was sitting in a room. As I looked around, there were all of these men playing music. All colors -all ages. I suddenly realized these gentlemen were all deceased. One caught my eye, though

Story Behind the Song

The chorus is straight from the dream. The verses are non-autobiographical. They list the trials that many of us face in life. Sadly, musicians and artists tend to face more than others - many self-inflcted. Because of the nature of it, creative credi

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by Bryan K Poirier
©Manitou Passage Music, ASCAP 2005

Temptation's deep and wide
I?m frail with human pride
We were caught in our own lies
Knocked to the ground

Tipped the jar till it was dry
Walked the streets among red lights
Demons held me till I cried
Thought I would drown

I?ve laid the low road
I?ve beared my own load
My sins had left me stained
How to be clean again?
But, he has saved me
My burden?s empty
Freedom, Freedom, Oh I?m so free
Freedom, Freedom, Oh I?m so free

Got up and fell again
Destined for a sorry end
In the deep to sink or swim
No sign of land

Watched my friends all lose their fights
Drugs and aids and party nights
How did we get so lost in life?
And miss his plan


Break (Modulate whole step)

Chorus Twice

Song Length
Unique - Gospel, Folk - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Tranquil, Serene

Subject Matter
Religion, Heaven

2000 and later

Lyric Credits Bryan K Poirier
Music Credits Bryan K Poirier
Producer Credits Bryan K Poirier
Publisher Credits Bryan K Poirier
Performance Credits Bryan K Poirier