So everybody's pulling you in all directions
You don't know how much longer to take it
So you've learned how to fake it
That smile on the outside's fading fast
Like the things that you thought for sure would last
But they didn't
You know something's missing
Is it your life you're not living?
Your heart is cold, your soul is numb
You don't like who you've become
You played the game and paid the cost for long enough
So grab the reins, yeah, take the wheel
Lose what's not and keep what's real
It's not too late,
Just close your eyes and feel, feel
You can't tell if you're happy or sad
Can't tell the good from bad
To waste your senses
Maybe stop thinking with your head
Start using your heart instead
Just try it
You just might like it
Aren't you dying to…
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The Roosevelt String Band returns in celebration of Morven’s exhibition Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey to present an encore performance with songs to warm the heart including Bill Withers’ Lean on Me, If Not for You and Make You Feel My Love by Bob Dylan, Carole King’s You’ve Got a Friend, Tom Waits’ Martha, and Michael Peter Smith’s The Dutchman, among many others for this two hour concert. The band features David Brahinsky on guitar and vocals, Guy DeRosa on harmonicas, Phil McCauliffe on bass, Noemi Bolton on various string instruments and vocals and Paul Prestopino, the sole member of the Roosevelt String Band still residing in Roosevelt, on string instruments and vocals.
Noemi A. Bolton