Album: Black Sheep (2015)
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Songfacts®:

  • With lyrics like, "Over and over, never knowing half my mind," this is one of the more psychedelic bluegrass songs you're likely to hear. "I think the lyrics are cool without being super easy to understand," Yonder Mountain banjo player Dave Johnston said in his Songfacts interview. "They ask they listener to be involved and pay a little bit more attention then maybe some other more popular types of music do. That's the kind of stuff I like."
  • The band's guitarist, Adam Aijala, sings lead on this track.

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