New Third Coast

New Third Coast

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Folk - Contemporary | Glen Arbor, Michigan, United States
Total Song Plays: 11,691   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

Moments in time. The awful decision to end a marriage or relationship. Saying goodbye to a parent. Wrestling with the process of saying something of substance. The things we go through that make the collective soul and how those events shape and structure us.

Story Behind the Song

It could just as easily have been, "Do you remember the time....?" Sitting with friends and family and recalling various instances. Life is simply a series of events stitched together. This tries to define that in song.

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I remember the moment
When I knew it all had changed
And the folks all around me
Casting gazes that seemed strained.

I remember the moment
As I closed the door behind
Starting out on a new path
Giving up a place in line

I remember the moment
When I wished that you would wake
I sat there through the whole night
And prayed your soul God not to take

I remember the moment
When I knew that you were gone
Starting out on a new path
Goodbye is the saddest song

Just a jumble of memories
Held together by time
Building on one another
In their wake there is the rhyme

So, this is the lasts verse
The one always hard to write
Patrick says, "It's a cold curse
Writers wrestle all their life."

But, then there is a moment
When direction all comes clear
And we are left with a message
That we'll carry all the years


Lead over first half of verse

I remember the moment
And the harmony was fine
Given to you in three part
That will stand the test of time

Repeat Intro Progression

Song Length
Folk - Contemporary, Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Diplomatic, Poignant

Subject Matter
Change, General

Similar Artists
The Moody Blues, Graham Nash
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Bryan Poirier
Music Credits Bryan Poirier
Producer Credits New Third Coast
Publisher Credits Manitou Passage Music
Performance Credits New Third Coast
Label Credits Holy Wah! Studio and Brewery