"No Reins" as written by and Wendell Lee/demarcus Mobley....
She left that loser in a dust cloud
Heart in his hand, chin on the ground
Cried her last tear for that clown
She can see a little clearer now
She said, "Oh, oh, I gotta go and find me"
Oh, oh she found the strength to break free

Like a painted wild mustang
Flyin' out across the open range
Finally gets to live her life that way
No fear, no fences, nobody-no reins

No reins

All she's ever felt is held back
She says, "It's kinda nice to hear myself laugh"
She's gonna do a lot more of that
She's makin' plans and makin' tracks
She said, "Oh, oh I gotta go and find me"
Oh, oh she found the strength to break free


Oh, oh she's learnin' how to let go
Oh, oh whichever way the wind blows
Oh, oh she's learnin' how to let go

[Chorus x2]

No reins

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"No Reins" as written by Jay Demarcus Neil Thrasher

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    General Commenti looove their new cd. loves it! but anyways..
    i think this song is about a girl who is just getting out of a very controling relationship. and just breaking free from that and not being held down.
    kikilulovesyouon September 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is an inspiration because the girl leaves the relationship where she doesn't even know who she is anymore. Its all about how anybody can have the strangth to find themselves and be themselves.

    i loveeee this song!!!
    jdrloveon October 11, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti just love this song. of course my love for horses makes me a little biased. ;) it's basically about a girl who finally realized that her relationship was constricting and that she needed to get out of it. once she finally "breaks free" she realizes how much she loves being herself and wild and free from constraints.

    the image the song is trying to portray in the lyrics is a horse who was wild but captured. the horse breaks free from the reins that have held her back in captivity. as soon as she is loose she runs as fast as she can to get away from the binding ropes and is finally free.
    equestrianellenon January 06, 2008   Link
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    General Commenti think is song is more then just getting out of a relationship with a guy
    when i listen to i always get this feeling like i can do anything
    this song gives me such a sense of power and freedom
    like everything that is going on in your life is put asidee
    all the drama and heart ache and everything
    i love their new cd:]
    this is an amazing song♥
    alexandrea987on April 15, 2008   Link
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    General Commentit's about a horse...
    Phrenchornon September 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI just listened to this song. and i love it. I have a little attachment to it.
    I went through alot of crap with my "bestfriend" and when i tried to end it cuz she was treating me horribly it only got worst and for 4 months she tried ruining my life turning anyone against me. I just hung onto my horse and would just ride away from all my troubles many times i let go of the reins and just let her go and trusted her cuz i couldn't anyone else... love this song
    Jeep0galon August 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of my favorite songs ever!Im a horseback rider so that aspect of it makes it even better.But I also have been in a relasionship before where i was told I was being selfish because I went to the barn to much!?He was way to clingy.To me this song is about a girl in a controling relasionship and finally breaking up with him and getting to be herself again and being in control over what she does and being free.The horse part shows how like the horse is breaking free from being controlled. And broke free through the reins.
    rascalflatts1894on August 29, 2009   Link

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