"Relentless" as written by Aaron James Babcock, Timothy Ryan Skipper, Collin Rigsby and Jared Keith Rigsby....
Seven a.m. on Circle Street
Sprinklers ring out a symphony
All the kings and pawns
Off to work for their perfect lawns
But me, I'm still dreaming of Sandy
Maybe I'll spin out to her side of town
Or maybe bum a ride with Bunny when his parents aren't around

Cause try in vain you may
You know we are the same
And when you call my name

Rebels we become
In tracks where lions run
Red beneath the raging sun
Like wildfires we burn relentlessly

The Mexicanos stare us down
Dogs are barking on Sandy's side of town
I keep it cool all the way to her front porch
Her brother growls behind a hangover
And I can smell her hair already, yeah
The summer started when our feet crossed the open door

We are the singers of the songs
The weakest are the strong
Nothing is right, but nothing's wrong

Heroes we become
In tracks where lions run
Red beneath the raging sun
Like wildfires we burn relentlessly

Our faith is small, but it is strong
Enough to carry on
Though we are poor, we shall not want

Rebels we become
In tracks where young lions run
Red beneath the raging sun
Like wildfires we burn, we burn

Heroes we become
Where saints and sinners are one
Red the raging sun
Like sons of earth we yearn, we yearn
Like kings of men we learn, we learn
Like wildfires we burn relentlessly
Relentlessly


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"Relentless" as written by Collin Rigsby Aaron James Babcock

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    General CommentI love this song... the utter sameness and pedestrian-ness of the suburban sprawl, and yet there's honor and glory to be found even there. My favorite part is:

    Our faith is small but it is strong
    Enough to carry on
    Though we are poor we shall not want

    The way it just all tones down for a second while he sings that is so beautiful...

    (Oh, btw, I think it's Cindy, rather than Sandy, but I might be wrong)
    danielg1138on January 13, 2011   Link

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