Nick Berry

Nick Berry

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Country - Contemporary | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 2,755   
Member Since: 2011
   Last Login: 11/24/2020
   Sounds Like: Ronnie Dunn, John Michael Montgomery

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Song Description

A simple Country song, with Acoustic Guitar and Male Vocals.

Story Behind the Song

The story came from passing by a homeless man everyday that I saw in local shopping center, hoping for a handout. It made me wonder what his story was?, how he got to be where he was?, and the realization that could happen to anyone of us.

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Broadjam Member Reviews

Absolutely brilliant song-craftsmanship! Wonderful melody to go with a great story line and awesome acoustic guitars. I think out of 248 reviews I've done, I've given ONE perfect score -- but this make 2. Just awesome stuff!

    - Bob Birthisel

I love this song, I have often thought about the homeless and how they got there. Very good sorry and great country voice.I really like this song, hope you send it out, I think you will have a hit. I would add a little more drums to make it more complete.

    - amy abernathy

(c) 2014 Nick Berry (BMI)

On my way to work each morning,
I pass the same old man.
Standing at a stoplight.
Holding a sign in his hand.

"I could sure use a little help,
If you can give, God Bless."
I can't help but wonder,
How his life ever came to this.

(CHORUS) Everybody's got a story.
Don't be so quick to judge.
'Cause underneath it all,
We're all the same.
We all go through some pain.
But everybody's had at least one moment of glory.
Yeah, Everybody's got a story.

Did he have a home and a family?
Did his job get sent overseas?
Did the bottle cost him everything?
'Til he fell down on his knees.

Sometimes I give a Dollar.
To help him on his way.
But for the grace of God go I.
That could be me one day. 'Cause (Chorus)

Everyone's got their reasons.
Everyone's got some demons. (Chorus)

Rpt. Last two lines of Chorus at end.

Song Length
Country - Contemporary
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Troubled, Moving

Subject Matter
Fear, Poverty

Similar Artist
Blake Shelton
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Nick Berry
Music Credits Nick Berry
Producer Credits The 515 Studio, Nashville, TN and Nick Berry
Publisher Credits Nick Berry/Take38 Music Group
Performance Credits Nick Berry
Label Credits None