I'm Moving On ~ Rascal Flatts

Sharing another favorite song by Rascal Flatts called I’m Moving On. Powerful message in these lyrics.

No matter what you are going through, know things will get better. Time is what we all need to heal.

Click on the link and give this a listen. It always speaks to me. We have to keep moving forward.

Music truly can heal the soul.

🎬🎥  I’m Moving On

  • Question of

    Does music help you in difficult times?

    • Yes
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    Does music help you in difficult times?

    • Yes
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      • i remember the song that played on the radio when they told me my father’s father died. I remember the song on the radio when mom called and said my grandfather had died. I am sad when I hear those songs but I listen they connect me to what is gone.

        but music is also the happy side. The remember the tape skipping at our wedding, for some reason the first song failed, and the first song played was “more than words/” it has since become our song!

          • my favorite memory around music.

            I was in my room playing one of my dad’s records (it was an experimental Jazz album he had gotten as a gift from a student and then gave to me).

            he came in and said “your taste in music is terrible.” grimaced
            I said “dad it’s your album”

            he laughed and we joked about that for years!

  1. That is a very powerful song. I am not there yet, and maybe someday. My brother just came down to show me the pictures and explain the surgery. You have four valves and they only have to replace three of them. This time I didn’t cry in front of him, but my one eye is still swollen shut.

    I should spend time and instead I keep heading to the shower so I can cry, without getting yelled at. I keep thinking there will be a limit and it will just stop.

    How am I going to work tomorrow and the next day and the next day and then, the next day. How am I going to go on.


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