Monday, August 29, 2005

A group I heard Saturday

The group that most impressed me Saturday at Verizen ampitheater was "Ryan Shupe and the Rubber Band".

I've done a little research on them, and it turns out they are Latter Day Saints (Mormans).  They remind me a lot of one of my favorite groups, Sawyer Brown

What I caught from them was a healthy dose of positive thinking.  Search them out.  They're good.

Here are the lyrics to "Dream Big".

 And when you cry, be sure to dry your eyes,
'Cause better days are sure to come.
And when you smile, be sure to smile wide,
And don't let them know that they have won.
And when you walk, walk with pride: don't show the hurt inside,
Because the pain will soon be gone.

    And when you dream, dream big,
    As big as the ocean, blue.
    'Cause when you dream it might come true.
    But when you dream, dream big.

And when you laugh, be sure to laugh out loud,
'Cause it will carry all your cares away.
And when you see, see the beauty all around and in yourself,
And it will help you feel okay.
And when you pray, pray for strength to help you carry on,
But when the troubles come your way.

    And when you dream, dream big,
    As big as the ocean, blue.
    'Cause when you dream it might come true.
    But when you dream, dream big.

Instrumental break.
       (Dream big.)
       (Dream big.)

And when you laugh, be sure to laugh out loud,
'Cause it will carry all your cares away.
And when you see, see the beauty,

(Dream big.)

all around and in yourself,
And it will help you feel okay.
And when you pray, pray for strength to help to carry on,
But when the troubles come your way.

    And when you dream, dream big,
    As big as the ocean, blue.
    'Cause when you dream it might come true.
    And when you dream, dream big.

2 comments:

grahamfarmga said...

Hi
I been busy so I just now got around to visting your journal.
Thank you for coming by mine and for inviting me to yours.
Terrie

astaryth said...

I love Sawyer Brown, so since you say these guys remind you of them (and that you like them <g>), I'll keep my eyes open for them. Thanks for the tip!