"Going In Blind" as written by and David Gray....
This life's not like you wanted it
His eyes I can see again, I need you here
In your mind, nobody's listening
It's alright not to feel again, just breathe again

Time after time, I walk the fine line
Something keeps bringing me back
And time after time, I'm going in blind
I don't know which way I need to go

Feels like your world is caving in
And I cry, failing to understand, I wish I can
It's alright if your missing him
In His eyes you can live again, free within

Time after time, I walk the fine line
Something keeps bringing me back
And time after time, I'm going in blind
I don't know which way I need to go

Time after time, I walk the fine line
Something keeps bringing me back
But time after time, I can't see the signs
I don't know which way I need to go

Do all these roads lead me back to you?
(Count on nothing)
I don't know which way I need to go
(Count on nothing)
Do all these roads lead me back to you?
(Count on nothing)
I don't know which way I need to go
One day, some day

Time after time, I walk the fine line
Something keeps bringing me back
And time after time, I'm going in blind
I don't know which way I need to go

Time after time, I walk the fine line
Something keeps bringing me back
And time after time, I can't see the signs
Do all these roads lead me back to you?
And time after time
Do all these roads lead me back to you?
One day


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"Going in Blind" as written by Mark Traa Daniels Jason P Truby

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    General CommentI pulled this from their site. payableondeath.com

    ----> Sonny’s message about the Single "Going In Blind"

    The lyrical inspiration of "Going In Blind" came late the last night of our studio session in Knoxville. We had finished one song and had a rough music sketch of another. We thought we were finished and would be heading home early in the morning until one of those moments happened. Our inspiration walked through the door. A good friend and neighbor of our producer Travis Wyrick stopped by the studio, for what I have no idea. I was on the phone at the time and she was probably there no more than a minute. I think she said hello to the guys, smiled at me and then left. I walked back into the studio and the guys were continuing a conversation we had a few days earlier. Travis was telling us about his friends who had lost their child to a crime so evil I couldn't even begin to explain. That's how it started; none of us had an "Explanation". All of us in the room were husbands, fathers, men of faith and spiritual guys who overall believe in the "Power of Good". At that moment, not one of us could come up with an explanation. We were speechless and quiet. How do you tell this woman that everything is going to be alright? How do I tell her God has everything in control and truly believe it myself? Telling her I understand would make me a liar! Don't get me wrong, I believe in God. I believe in this faith that has saved my life and I would willingly lay my life down for what I believe is the truth. Just don't ask me to do the same for one of my babies. I don't think I could.

    Everything you believe in and everything you know to be true can be tested in one single second, the second your child is taken away from you. What do you say to that person? I wish I could say everything is going to be alright. I want to tell you that God has everything in control. And like you, I want to understand. What an amazing person this woman is to have walked past me and smiled even though I had no idea what she has been through. One smile of love is more encouraging than a million words. I have been encouraged to walk this fine line of life even though at times I might not know exactly where I am going. Even though the road gets rough, if we walk them in LOVE, we might actually get to where we need to be.

    - Sonny
    Max.Poweron December 21, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI LOVE THIS SONG> something bout a broken relationship?
    shanimal_caton December 03, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI heard this song was entirely stemmed from a sitting in which the band and a woman whose association with the band I've forgotten were talking about how the woman's child had been killed in some disaster brought on by another man. I don't really understand how the lyrics fit in that way, but that's what I heard =)
    Beef Mongeron December 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentOh yeah, it's an amazing song. I can't wait to learn the bass-line =)
    Beef Mongeron December 05, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentand why has no one commented on this song its released on the radio. on nz newayz
    shanimal_caton December 18, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis is an amazing song, i think pinned in the above posts, just amazing
    Rocker_92on February 15, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI first heard this song mentioned to me by a friend and i cant stop listening to it!!!!!
    learntoswimon February 16, 2007   Link
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    General Comment'Time after time i walk the fine line.' That is some profhetic shit when i heard this song i made me think of my entire life in the 3 in a half mins it was playing. This song gives the meaninng of every thing in my life. Im fucking blind half the time but every time i seem to get through. Its a great song

    -mike-
    snook311on July 21, 2007   Link
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    General CommentPure fucking energy. So Amazing.
    AutumnInAsheson August 09, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHow about something without cussing? It's a really good song.
    Christ_Followeron September 08, 2007   Link

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