New song this week written with one of my favorite people in the world, Anje Dowler, and Katie Dean. It’s got a “James Taylor Moment” in the middle where the key goes up and I have to move the capo in a split second. Watch for it 🙂
Fight In Me
Ben Ward, Anje Dowler, Katie Dean
You’re the cigarette I’m not smoking
You’re the whiskey I’m not pouring
Anymore….Why can’t I close the door
You’re the hit I’m not taking
You’re the judgment I’m not making
It’s not over yet…Too hard to forget
I’ve got more needs
Than the comfort you bring
You hold my hand
But you’re not holding on to me
I’ve got some doubts
But I’m feeling my way out
In the end I believe
There’s still a fight in me
Maybe I fall too quickly
Maybe I’m my own worst enemy
It’s so easy…You never leave me
I’ll overcome where I’ve come from
Undo the damage I’ve done
4 Replies to “There’s Still a Fight in Me”
Ben, thx for the follow! I so totally dig the first chord you are playing in this tune. It so sells the song for me. Strong imagery in the lyrics too.
Thanks, Chad! That Emin chord is one of my favorites….I try to use it as much as I can get away with :). Thanks so much for listening.
The capo slip…smooooooth.
Thanks, Arthur! How’s your guitar playing coming?