Todd Lewis Kramer – Find a Little Joy
Genre Country

LYRIC
Find a Little Joy

Verse 1

I always thought that if I had to get older
At least I’d get wiser and have it all figured out
But maybe that’s the thing you never know
I never thought I’d get tired of city life ‘til now

Before chorus 2

We went north up to the mountains
Up in Trout Town off Beaverkill Road
Took a glance across the Delaware
The Pennsylvania line right there
And all my thoughts went racing to the places we could go

Chorus

Oo, let’s go chasing down the sun
We could dance under the moonlight like we’rе only seventeen
Oo, when thе storm clouds finally break
Like they’ll do from day to day
We’ll breathe in that sweet desert rain
And find a little joy through the pain
Me and you

Verse 2

It’s hard to wake up feeling anything but blue
Can’t even bear to watch the news anymore
I need to get out
And all these days and years seem shorter than they used to
Getting further away from 22
Ain’t no better time than now

Before chorus 2

To cross that Shenandoah Skyline
Down through the Blue Ridge Mountain Parkway in Caroline
Headed west through Tennessee
Chasing California dreams
And if the road gets dark
We’ll find a place to rest our head at night

Chorus

Oo, let’s go chasing down the sun
We could dance under the moonlight like we’re only seventeen
Oo, when the storm clouds finally break
Like they’ll do from day to day
We’ll breathe in that sweet desert rain
And find a little joy through the pain
Me and you

Bridge

I’m about to explode sitting here
We just need to get up and go, my dear
We’re not running from anything
Just trying something new
We’ll never know what’s out there unless we do

Pedal Steel Solo

Chorus

Oo, let’s go chasing down the sun
We could dance under the moonlight like we’re only seventeen
Oo, when the storm clouds finally break
Like they’ll do from day to day
We’ll breathe in that sweet desert rain
And find a little joy through the pain
Me and you

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