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The Promise Of Each New Day (Live)
Farther and farther we're falling behind
Running a race on a course undefined
Scared of our shadows and whistling by graves
Counting on blessings we never have saved

But, still we seek the promise of each new day
Never giving up somehow, someway
Holding out for hope
Clinging to that chance
Believing in the promise of each new day

Tales they told us just haven't come true
A world spinning faster just blurring the view
The days seem so long though the years are well-worn
Testing our faith in the eye of the storm


Johnny guitar solo


Believing in the promise of each new day
Short Song Description:
Here we are living in the most trying times since the Great Depression. How do you deal with it? Really? You have to hold out for hope!
Long Song Description:
On March 20, 2009, N3C performed for the Songwriters In The Round at Horizons Books in Traverse City. Our dear friend, Jon Waling, did the audio for the event and also recorded it. This was a reunion for as with Jon. He also recorded "It Is What It Is"
Story Behind the Song:
The bad stuff just keeps coming. Ponzi schemes. Massive job losses. Huge market declines. Everything's for sale and nobody has any money. Times are tough - no doubt. How are you going to get through it? Do you give up? Or, do you get up each day a
Lyric Credits: Bryan Poirier
Music Credits: Bryan Poirier
Producer Credits: Jon Waling
Publisher Credits: Manitou Passage Music
Performance Credits: New Third Coast
Label Credits: Holy Wah! Recording and Brewery
Song Length: 3:20
Primary Genre: Folk-Rock
Secondary Genre: Folk-Contemporary
Tempo / Feel: Medium Fast (131 - 150)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Life
Subject Matter 2: Hope
Mood 1: Troubled
Mood 2: Anxious
Language: English
Era: 2000 and later

It Is What It Is!