The Best Is Yet to Come

Album: Take It To The Limit (2008)
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  • Drummer Cody Hanson told MTV News that he thinks a lot of people will relate to this track, "because it's a song about all those dumb things that you do when you're young, and you just learn to embrace it, because that's what happens in life - you learn from it, and things get better as you get older."
  • It can be hard for musicians to pick just one of their favorite songs from their own catalogues because their songs are so personal, but in 2012, Cody Hanson told us that this was one of his picks. The other Hinder songs that Hanson is most proud of are "All American Nightmare" and "Better Than Me."
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