• Artist: J Minus
  • Title: Make the Most of it
  • Genre: Rock - Pop Rock, Pop - Adult Contemporary, Pop - Pop Rock
  • Mood: Laid Back/Groovy, Sentimental/Ballad, Inspirational
  • Speed: Medium (78-95)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Hope, Self-Empowerment, Personal Philosophy, Reminiscing, Thankful, Longing
  • Lyrics: i run down to the ocean just to watch the waves as they come crawling in it reassures my devotion to the life i live and it reminds me where i've been it's gotta get better than this i would always tell myself never knowing it's the present i will miss crossing them off of my list one by one i knock them down but still i haven't found the one that fits twisted by dreams, i'm caught in routine and everything i want is not everything i need it's time to take a look inside shut those tired eyes and get a little sunshine chorus Every single day i make the most of my life and i'm proud of the man i became in every single way i make the most of my love but it's never enough these days flaws in every design nip and tuck, you'll feel better pop these pills you'll be just fine caught in all of our lies when insecureties blur the line our fact and fiction will collide does anybody love themselves? they try and act like somone else they just ignore the soul try to fit the mold if we don't open up our eyes take a closer look inside we could waste a lifetime time is not on our side it will not compromise it's just counting down our lives you will not escape, there's no place to hide so make the most of what you got until the day you die
  • Keywords: inspirational, rock, Ballad, Bass, Guitar, Desire, Organic, Youth

About J Minus

The story of J minus goes back to classical times. While studying the supernatural music of the spheres, the ancients discovered a bizarre musical key somewhat like the cry of a baby zebra. They knew it was powerful and they kept it a secret, referring to it as “J minus.”
Fast-forward to 2002: Songwriter Dylan Fant would occasionally summon the forgotten key in his studio while he sang; the result was awesome and terrifying. Through chance ...

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