Man, I SO needed to hear this!

*sigh*  I remember the days…

hanging out with friends and blasting this killer power rock song!

AWESOME.

 

Fight the Good Fight

* Allied Forces album by Canadian hard rock band Triumph, released in 1981.

 

Days grow shorter and the nights are getting long
Feels like we’re running out of time
Everyday seems much harder telling right from wrong
You’ve got to read between the lines

Don’t get discouraged
Don’t be afraid
You can make it through another day
Make it worth the price we pay

The Good Book says it’s better to give than to receive
I do my best to do my part
Nothing in my pockets I got nothing up my sleeve
I keep my magic in my heart

Keep up your spirit
Keep up your faith… baby
I am counting on you
You know what you’ve got to do

Fight the good fight every moment
Every minute, every day
Fight the good fight every moment
It’s your only way

All your life you’ve been waiting for your chance
where you’ll fit into the plan
You’re the master of your own destiny
So give and take the best that you can

You think a little more money will buy your soul some rest
You’d better think something else instead
You’re so afraid of being honest with yourself
You’d better take a look inside your head

Nothing is easy, Nothing good is free
But I can tell you where to start
Take a look inside your heart
There’s an answer in your heart

Fight the good fight every moment
Every minute, every day
Fight the good fight every moment
Make it worth the price we pay

Every moment of your lifetime
Every minute, every day
Fight the good fight every moment
Make it worth the price we pay

 

While I do love Rock’n’Roll…

“There is none holy like the Lord;
there is none besides you;
there is no rock like our God.”

– 1 Samuel 2:2

 

😉  … the Scripture that popped up on my screen right after posting this!  COOL play on words, eh?

 

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4 thoughts on “Man, I SO needed to hear this!

  1. Rik Emmett!!!!

    Loved all of their stuff, Teach, and this was one of their best.
    I can still list all of their albums up to Surveillance in 1987: great, great stuff!!

    Thanks for the wonderful thought: the music was a perfect bonus…

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