"I, I, I wanna get out of this one horse town by the moonshine, yeah. By The Moonshine (on BandCamp)"
I think sometimes, when you need a vacation, you really just need to decompress. Go for a late night drive. Maybe even park somewhere secluded, or semi-secluded, and just sit and stare out the windshield with nothing but the glow of the car radio. I love late night drives. I love the night. One night in 2017, life was feeling awful and when life feels bad I like to get out on the road. So I headed for the car with Natalie on a Thursday night. Grabbed 5 cans of beer (drank 2 in total) because it was the night before pay day and we only had money for a 5 pack, and we parked on the side of the road behind the Brantford airport. It was great, it was just us, the country music on the radio, the full moon, and no where to be. I'd love to say that my music transcends to deeper cause than reflecting or painting a picture, but I can't. I write most of my songs when I need to journal about something and then I dissect them on here. I love that this song really paints the picture of that night, and I love the tweaks that Iain McNally made to the chord progression.