• Artist: Fresh Heir
  • Title: Waiting
  • Genre: R'n'B - Classic/Soul
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Laid Back/Groovy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Piano, Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Loops/Samples, Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, All Other, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Charity Altruism, Self-Empowerment, Moving On Change Letting Go, Change, Hope, Optimism
  • Lyric hook: We have to stop waiting on the world to change. While we're waiting, it'll just remain the same. Cause we have a chance to make it happen now. Stop waiting!
  • Lyrics: Verse 1 Another day to be taken Complication has caused some frustrations Seems like the answers so distant But in reality requires some patience Pre Chorus The deceptions we have to wait for our break We can’t make mistakes and there’s no time to waste But in reality the answers within our dreams We have to conquer fear and change our own destiny Chorus We have to stop waiting (waiting) on the world to change While were waiting it'll just remain the same Cause we have to chance to make it happen now So let’s just stop waiting Verse 2 Here we are at the new beginning We’ve turned off the TV and started to listen To self, ‘cuz nobody else has a better solution To a more beautiful ending Bridge They say you reap what you sow So go on plant a Redwood tree Sit back and watch that tree grow In reality the answers within our dreams We have to conquer fear and change our own destiny
  • Keywords: cheerful, funky, soulful, Brass, Guitar, Motown, Nostalgic

About Fresh Heir

Fresh Heir is a five piece high energy pop/soul/rock band. Their music is a positive uplifting experience that infuses different elements of popular music while setting themselves apart from other bands by incorporating an uncommon instrumentation. For starters the band’s lead vocalist, Nick Savage doubles as the group’s drummer without missing a beat. Redefining thumping bass, keyboardist Ryan Marquez’s left hand more than holds down the low end of the sound spectrum while his right ...

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