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Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors — Find Your People
Album: Strangers No More
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Released: 0
Length: 3:03
Plays (last 30 days): 4
You got to find your people
Ones that make you feel alright
The kind you want to stay up with all night
You got to find your people
The ones that make you feel whole
That won't leave your side when you lose control
The ones that don't let you lose your soul

You got to find your people
The ones that get the joke
Who understand what you're saying before a word is spoke
You got to find your people
That put the needle in the groove
When you're together you got nothing to prove
When you're together you got nothing to lose

In a world of strangers, you don't know who to trust
All you see is danger, trying to find what you lost
You can't go it alone, everybody needs help
You got to find your people then you'll find yourself

You got to find your people
That'll call your bluff
Who'll ride along when the road is rough

You got to find your people
The ones that make you feel equal
They pick you up and don't put you down
Help you find your way in the lost and found

In a world of strangers, you don't know who to trust
All you see is danger, trying to find what you lost
You can't go it alone, everybody needs help
You got to find your people then you'll find yourself

The ones that understand you
The ones that a lend a hand to you
The ones that don't demand, anything from you

You got to find your people
The ones that make you feel alright
That tell you the truth and wish you well
You got to find your people then you'll find yourself
You got to find your people then you'll find yourself
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 lisa.oe wrote:

I really liked the song after I heard it the first and second time. For some reason, it now gets more annoying the more often I hear it... repetition issue?



"In a world of strangers, you don't know who to trust
All you see is danger, trying to find what you lost"

I agree, it's also been annoying me. But not because of repetition. It's the lyrics. The underlying sense of fear driving the search for some sense of security that's bugging me. Yes, it's a positive, sweet, simple message on the surface. But the world is not full of dangerous strangers. It's full of people we don't know and strangers we've never met, who do things differently and might seem weird to us. In my home country of the USofA there has always been a very strong and dangerous "US vs. them" attitude when it comes to dealing with the rest of the world. This will only become more pronounced if certain factors come to fruition in November. It sounds like Drew and his neighbors want to circle the wagons and make sure to keep the strangers out. I'd rather take my chances getting to know the rest of the people who live on this planet.
 lisa.oe wrote:

I really liked the song after I heard it the first and second time. For some reason, it now gets more annoying the more often I hear it... repetition issue?



The song is straight out repetitive. Not to my taste. 
 lisa.oe wrote:

I really liked the song after I heard it the first and second time. For some reason, it now gets more annoying the more often I hear it... repetition issue?


Personal issue.

Well, you asked.
 lisa.oe wrote:

I really liked the song after I heard it the first and second time. For some reason, it now gets more annoying the more often I hear it... repetition issue?


perhaps…

or your not ready to meditate on  this simple and sweet message?

it’s one for all ages, though some just don’t need it right now 
 dandueck07 wrote:

More and more, as I age, I am drawn to music that has a positive message.  I am somewhat of an eternal optimist, I suppose.  I also like music where the singer has a nice voice, and who clearly enunciates their lyrics.  This song checks those boxes, so it will be downloaded onto my alternative music playlist.  Thanks again, RP, for expanding my musical horizons.


“clearly enunciates their lyrics…”

love it!
I second that!


early aughts hipster plectrum banjo connivance
I really liked the song after I heard it the first and second time. For some reason, it now gets more annoying the more often I hear it... repetition issue?
The band's site: https://www.drewholcomb.com/
Love the lyrics.
True friends…
Love it. I'm thinking Vance Joy
 akboognish wrote:

This is not Old Sea Brigade. It's Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, released on their album Strangers No More in June 2023.
Drew Holcomb and Ben Cramer are both based in Nashville. But they don't really sound a lot alike. Drew Holcomb is way more Americana / country; Old Sea Brigade is more delicate and less twangy.
Great song by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, though!




This is really killing me; this song is now on heavy rotation and the
correct band is not only not getting the credit for the song but is also
not getting the royalties for it. I can't figure out how to contact anybody here at RP - anybody know.
 lizardking wrote:

Thanks for that!  At first I was liking the "band?" name of Old Sea Brigade - And yes, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors is what I found in youtube. 

7 for now and off looking for Old Sea Brigade tunes too!

LLRP!! 



I'm bummed that this is still getting repeated with the wrong band info. Drew Holcomb should be getting some credit (in addition to royalties!) and somebody at RP should be paying attention by this point. Sometimes I wonder whether RP is more computerized than they make out to be...
 akboognish wrote:

This is not Old Sea Brigade. It's Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, released on their album Strangers No More in June 2023.
Drew Holcomb and Ben Cramer are both based in Nashville. But they don't really sound a lot alike. Drew Holcomb is way more Americana / country; Old Sea Brigade is more delicate and less twangy.
Great song by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, though!


Thanks for that!  At first I was liking the "band?" name of Old Sea Brigade - And yes, Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors is what I found in youtube. 

7 for now and off looking for Old Sea Brigade tunes too!

LLRP!! 
More and more, as I age, I am drawn to music that has a positive message.  I am somewhat of an eternal optimist, I suppose.  I also like music where the singer has a nice voice, and who clearly enunciates their lyrics.  This song checks those boxes, so it will be downloaded onto my alternative music playlist.  Thanks again, RP, for expanding my musical horizons.
Beautiful words and music.
This is not Old Sea Brigade. It's Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, released on their album Strangers No More in June 2023.
Drew Holcomb and Ben Cramer are both based in Nashville. But they don't really sound a lot alike. Drew Holcomb is way more Americana / country; Old Sea Brigade is more delicate and less twangy.
Great song by Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, though!
New artist to me, had to look it up, thought it would be Mumford & Sons.
Nice on first listening.