Sawyer Fredericks is the kind of folk singer that speaks to my soul. There’s something about his style and substance that shows familiarity with the guitar, the history of folk music, and a way to convey an honest truth in the world today. I like the reflective perspective of the lyrics in this track. As someone who spends far too much time in hindsight, with a bit of the aggression Fredericks reflects here, I feel this track on an existential level. If it tickles your fancy, too, please share with friends.
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