About The Song

Aging brings with it gravity.  Long gone are the days of carefree living.  Here to stay is a lifetime of heavy decisions accompanied by drastic and unforgiving consequences.  Let You Go encompasses this universal and imminent struggle and presents itself with a throwback vibe reminiscent of the 1950’s.


Lyrics

When I was younger 
problems were smaller
and living was easy 
now it’s much harder
cuz i’ve got decisions I don’t want to make
and i’ve got a problem that aint going away

I’ve done some living
and i’ve been forgiven
some doors were open
and others stayed hidden
but now i know I had to find my way
there’s so much at stake, it keeps me awake

I was falling apart like the rest of them on my own
then you rose to the top with the best of them
you brought me home
now i know the choice is still my own
and i can’t let you go

I’m at my brightest
late in the season
the gifts i’m most proud of
I gave for no reason
but then came the winter
it hardened the terrain
what can i say, it blew me away

I was falling apart like the rest of them on my own
then you rose to the top with the best of them
you brought me home
now i know it’s hard to be alone
and i can’t let you go

I was falling apart like the rest of them on my own
then you rose to the top with the best of them
you brought me home
yeah i know it’s hard to be alone
yeah i know you brought me around when my weaknesses started to show
yeah i know we still got a long way to go, but i can’t let you go
no i can’t let you go

Credits

Written by
Sean Gaiser and Billy Glading

Lead vocal, Guitars
Sean Gaiser

Producer, Engineer
Scott Robinson

Producer, Engineer
Mark Williams

Drums, Percussion
Matt Nolan

Bass, Guitars, Keys
Kevin Nolan

Back up vocals
Olivia Mancini

Organ
Steve Everett

Mastering
Jeff Dykhouse