• Artist: Jim Stanson
  • Title: Start All Over
  • Genre: Rock - Roots Rock
  • Mood: Up/Positive, Aggressive/Edgy
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Real Drums/Drum Kit, Electric Guitar (Clean, Overdriven), Bass
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/9/2013
  • Lyric themes: Release Needing Freedom, Moving On Change Letting Go, Breaking Up Saying Goodbye, Moving On Letting Go
  • Lyrics: Looking out my wind the trees are just a blur The skyline is in my mirror I’ll never get over her And baby it’s over I’m gonna start all over She change all her ways I didn’t know her anymore I cut right through the haze and I busted out that door And baby it’s over I’m gonna start all over I could’ve stayed down for the count I could’ve let it drag on and on Maybe I should turn around But I’m going Baby I’m gone (Solo) I could’ve stayed down for the count I could’ve let it drag on and on Maybe I should turn around But I’m going Baby I’m gone Drifting through the night trying to find my way High beams are burning bright tomorrow is another day And baby it’s over I’m starting all over The winds of changes blow I’m shifting all my sails Swimming against the flow I’m blazing a brand new trail And baby it’s over I’m gonna start all over Baby it’s over I’m starting all over Baby it’s over I’m starting all over
  • Keywords: aggressive, rock, Bass, Guitar

About Jim Stanson

Jim Stanson

Downingtown, PA United States

Genres: Roots Rock, Electric
Jim Stanson

Too rock for country…too country for rock, Jim Stanson blends the basic elements of rock and roll with essential country instrumentation on his debut CD “Heart Full of Fire”. Difficult to categorize into one specific genre: Rock, Alt-country, Americana or Blues, let’s call it “High-Octane Roots Rock”.

Stanson’s “Heart Full of Fire” reached number 22 on the EuroAmericana Chart in March 2008 and has received critical acclaim and substantial airplay throughout America and Europe. Every ...

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