Livin’ on wings and wheels
In my mind or made of steel
If you ain’t running scared and rough
Then you ain’t running fast enough for me

Behind the 8 ball ain’t always a bad place to be
You can get out of anything with a dollar and a dream
When your back against the wall your fixed
But they can’t get you from your six, you know

Maybe holdin’ on to something hurts you more than lettin’ go
It hit ain’t hurtin’ maybe it ain’t workin’, it ain’t worth it no.
Maybe that rain that brings the thunder, will help put out the flames
Maybe the light at the end of the tunnel ain’t a train

Maybe holdin’ on to something hurts you more than lettin’ go
It it ain’t hurtin’ maybe it ain’t workin’, it ain’t worth it no.
Maybe that rain that brings the thunder, will help put out the flames
Maybe the light at the end of the tunnel ain’t a train
Maybe the light at the end of the tunnel ain’t a train

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“Josh Morningstar and I wrote this one in the same little writing room near the Adobe Room at the Sonic Ranch where Tom McElvain and I wrote Grey. We were talking about how it tripped us out at how well both of our careers were going, and how hard we have to work on the craft to stay on top of the writing.
“Josh Morningstar and I wrote this one in the same little writing room near the Adobe Room at the Sonic Ranch where Tom McElvain and I wrote Grey. We were talking about how it tripped us out at how well both of our careers were going, and how hard we have to work on the craft to stay on top of the writing. We talked about how much it takes out of us holding on the way we do - and that we expect the rug to be yanked out from under us at any time. But then again, maybe the light at the end of the tunnel Ain't a Train.”

– Cody Jinks


"All I remember about the writing of this song is Cody and I eating some psychedelic mushrooms, going into one of the little studios at the Sonic Ranch, and coming out with this song. I do remember he and I standing there and us pointing out the stack of charred wood left over from a bonfire that became the cover of the record. Other than that I just remember having a damn good time, tripping our faces off, and writing a real, uptempo song with one of my best friends. I dig the overall vibe of this one – it has that “Hippies & Cowboys” kinda drive to it. This is one I think the Flockers are gonna dig."

– Josh Morningstar
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Written By:
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Cody Jinks
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Josh Morningstar
Vocals: Cody Jinks
Bass: Joshua Thompson
Lead Guitar: Chris Claridy
Steel: Austin “Hot Rod” Tripp
Drums: David Colvin
Acoustic Guitar: Drew Harakal
B3: Drew Harakal
Fiddle: Billy Contreras
Dobro: Austin “Hot Rod” Tripp
Background Vocals: Joshua Thompson, Drew Harakal
Release Date: October 11, 2019