I’m not claiming, pretending to be what I’m not (SephGotTheWaves) And drop ’em in the mail We went home for a little while and said, Maybe we're not going to do this anymore. The men behind the music have given license to their fans to feel how they wish to feel about their songs.
Band members Bear Rinehart, Bo Rinehart, Seth Bolt, and Josh Lovelace all approach music with different influences. They see their music as a more inclusive experience. And if we don’t drown when we’re swimming ashore Learn how to season this Southern kitchen staple in five easy steps. I’m taking four strands of your hair
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"I always used to say [that] you can't play in clubs when you're eight years old," Bear joked. Front man Bear Rinehart explained it to us. this link is to an external site that may or may not meet accessibility guidelines. When you stop seeing beauty In particular, the song, "Brother.". "Everybody wants to believe in something. I got this fever, fever burning inside He then stressed that through church they learned the importance of music, and, specifically, the importance of gospel music. Ayy-ayy (Oh, …, [Verse 1] Busta Rhymes – Blowing The Speakers Lyrics, One Direction – Just Can’t Let Her Go Lyrics.
Take what we want and then ride off I'll be the cowboy on the white horse
But really it was a lesson we had to learn the hard way.". Explain these lyrics - either line by line or overall: You may use these HTML tags and attributes:
. Oh, oh, haha I'll be the first in line to get us some more, I got some money burning holes in my pants Southern Living is part of the Meredith Home Group. South Carolina-based rockers, NEEDTOBREATHE, declare in the chorus of one of their most popular songs, "With everything we've learned, we've finally come to terms, we are the outsiders." Yeah (Yeah) From the seats in the audience, looking around to the packed room, it's clear to see that for some, a NEEDTOBREATHE concert is a religious experience. Are a map to your soul Adher, [Chorus] NLE, the Top Shotta The trendy haircuts you’ll be seeing everywhere next year. I’ll be the cowboy on the white horse It was then that Bo wrote their hit song, "Brother. WATCH: Behind The Meaningful Music Of NEEDTOBREATHE.
Bear continued, "We think of ourselves as a rock and roll band, but I would hope that there is some higher meaning in the things that we do and that people get inspired by it.". Yeah, we turnin’ the heat up again (Yah)
NEEDTOBREATHE is often listed as Christian Rock, and while that influence is certainly there, their hope is to cast a wider net of appeal. You can get along with your brother, you know?
I got this fever, fever burning inside
I’ll be the first in line to get us some more. ", It's also clear to hear that their music does indeed have deep and very personal meaning for each of them. I'm givin' in, ain't no fighting this fire, I got this fever, fever burning inside
NEEDTOBREATHE's music addresses the full spectrum of human emotions and experiences. Bandmate Josh Lovelace told us that all four of them grew up with close ties to the church so the influence is there but that, for them, it's just about honest, genuine storytelling through music and sharing their life experiences. But, they make the conscious choice to leave it open to interpretation as to what that meaning is for each individual who comes across their music. I ain’t nobody’s angel, we in this world that …, [Intro]
Gonna send ’em to a woman I got this fever, fever getting me high, [Chorus] For others, it's a great rock show with songs, lyrics, and melodies to which they can dance or sing along.
All of those influences and the four distinct personalities of the men in the band blend together to produce the perfect sound of Southern music with a hint of church.
I got this fever, fever getting me high
What does this song mean to you? In fact, that hint of church has led the band to battle over a particular genre label. And if we don’t drown when we’re swimming ashore
It gave us a place to play and learn how to use instruments," Bear said, gesturing to brother Bo.
Gonna put ’em in a letter
But …, [Intro: NLE Choppa] Say “OW” Yeah
Their range of musical inspiration runs from Tom Petty to Otis Redding and Creedence Clearwater Revival to Peter Gabriel and even Woody Guthrie.
I got the bombs like Al-Qaeda
Don't need a cure cause I don't wanna go back A …, [Chorus: Paris Jones] Bend the curb when we creepin’, when we step Before I lose my mind I’ll be the cowboy on the white horse Lengthen the lifespan of your carved pumpkins this season. It's a tune they often end their show on as it serves as an unofficial up-tempo anthem of sorts for both the band and their legion of loyal fans. I got this fever, fever getting me high, Let's have a great night on the dance floor Let’s have a great night on the dance floor You won’t live any longer
You know that I’ma slide
I got some money burning holes in my pants It's more meaningful than some pop music that you come by.
It is also an appropriate moniker for a band that doesn't quite fit into any particular musical mold.
I’ll be the cowboy on the white horse
(Pipe that shit up, TnT)