• Artist: Fresh Heir
  • Title: Movin'
  • Genre: R'n'B - Modern/Urban Contemporary
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Laid Back/Groovy, Inspirational
  • Speed: Medium Slow (63-78)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Loops/Samples, Horns/Woodwinds/Brass, All Other, Bass, Keyboards/Organs
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 10/18/2011
  • Lyric themes: Self-Empowerment, Struggle Hardship, Determination, Hope, Optimism, Work
  • Lyric hook: Ya gotta keep on moving'. It's gonna be a brighter day (4x's)
  • Lyrics: Verse 1 It's a dark day When the world is feeling down Searching for answers The truth is no where to be found But keep on searching Make it worth it There’s a better way You got a dead end job 9-5 Every morning feeling tired Fall asleep in class When it means the most Like a nightmare Dreamed over and over But keep on searching Make it worth it We can find a way Chorus Just keep on movin’ It's gonna be a brighter day Verse 2 It’s beginning To look a little brighter You start to thinkin’ The only way to go is higher Cause your working harder You’re so much further Thinking here’s your day Got a raise at the job Scored a perfect score All the green lights Life has in store The intimidating life is like a dream And life’s nothing like it was before Cause you’re working harder You’re so much farther You have found the way Outro Yesterday, I thought it And today, I’m on it There’s no way I’m gonna let this life pass me by It’s today There’s no better time to make This world a better place There’s no way I’ll let this life pass me by
  • Keywords: inspirational, urban, romantic, sensual, sexy, Bass, Brass, Building, Guitar, Naughty
  • Ending type: Build

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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