LeAnn Rimes: Life Goes On


Source: LeAnn Rimes Official– LeAnn Rimes’s Life Goes On

.Source:The New Democrat

“LeAnn Rimes – Life Goes On (Official Music Video”

From LeAnn Rimes

Source LeAnn Rimes

“You sucked me in and played my mind
Just like a toy
You would crank and wind
Baby, I would give you to what you want
You left me lying in a pool of doubt
If you’re still thinking your the daddy mack
Ya shouldn’t known better
But ya didn’t
And I can’t go back
Oh life goes on
And it’s only gonna make me strong
It’s a fact
Once you get on board
Say good-bye
‘Cause you can’t go back
Oh it’s a fight
And I really want to get it right
Where I’m at
It’s my life before me
Got this feeling
That I can’t go back
Wish I knew then what I know now
You held all the cards
And sold me out
Baby, shame on you if you fool me once
Shame on me if you fool me twice
You’ve been a pretty hard case to crack
Should’ve of known better
But I didn’t
And I can’t go back.”


Source: Fun For Funny– LeAnn Rimes’s Life Goes On

I believe this is one my favorite songs now and certainly one of my favorite LeAnn Rimes song. Her music from the Coyote Ugly days and album is really what I love about her music. Can’t Fight The Moonlight, How do I live. Not a country music fan even though I like country girls, which is really a different subject, but I like this song which isn’t a country song. LeAnn, is from the pop country school of country music that came out in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Where country is mixed in with pop. Shania Twain, graduated from that school and in the mid 2000s Gretchen Wilson and Miranda Lambert took that a step further and address classic rock and even blues to their country music. With their music really being about country or rural life, but with a harder rock edge to it. One of the reasons why I like Life Goes On is because it’s not a country song.

About the song itself, what LeAnn is saying here is that what won’t kill her will just make her stronger. Which is sort of cliche now but it’s right on point. This song is about a relationship that went south and she’s saying that it’s time to move on and that life goes on for her without this man in her life that I guess did her wrong. Reminds me a lot of Tina Turner’s I Don’t Wanna Fight from 1993. And the point of the song is so spot on and so honest about what life is really about which is that we all start off life with a steep learning curve and the only way to really live life is buy learning about it. Which includes making mistakes, not intentionally at least for most us but learning by doing learning from experience including making mistakes and even bad mistakes. And using those mistakes to improve ourselves and make us into better people.

And that is what this song is about that she went through a rough relationship with a guy and suffered from it because she trusted someone who hurt her over and over and guess finally woke up and decided it’s time to move on and that life really goes on for her and that has to be without him. The whole line about which sounds corny but is very true that, “shame on you if you fool me once, shame on me if you fool me twice” is a perfect example of that and she finally got it that this guy is playing her and can’t be trusted and it’s time for her to dump him. That she should’ve known better but didn’t and she can’t go back because life goes on. Great song with a great message to it.

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