High Valley, ‘She’s With Me’ [Listen]
High Valley continue their streak of lively and cheerful songs with the release of “She’s With Me.”
Much like their breakthrough song, “Make You Mine,” brothers Brad and Curtis Rempel utilize their impressive banjo skills on an upbeat, pop-country anthem, infused with their signature bluegrass sound, that makes you want to stomp right along with the beat. It’s likely these guys are singing about their wives, seeing as the track pays tribute to a faithful partner with lyrics like, “When my dreams are running out of road / And the world around me’s turning cold / Anyone else would up and leave / But she’s, yeah she’s with me.”
High Valley have a special talent for creating songs with a sound that just seems to shine — a gift that’s exhibited full force on “She’s With Me.” The ear worm track allows the duo to do show off their musical talent, captivating melodies and bright spirits that blend together to in a song that explores what it means to have an unwavering love (and makes you want to hit repeat).
Did You Know?: The name of Brad’s son, Drew, was inspired by Taylor Swift‘s “Teardrops on My Guitar.” Brother Curtis picked out the name when he heard the song on the radio one day.
Listen to High Valley, “She’s With Me”
High Valley’s “She’s With Me” Lyrics:
When the devil’s knocking at my door / When I’m broken and I’m battle worn / Down in the valley, on my knees / Yea she’s, yea she’s with me.
Ain’t she amazing, amazing, out of my league? / And ain’t it crazy, crazy, she happened to me? / She calls me baby, baby, hard to believe / That she’s, yea she’s with me.
When my dreams are running out of road / And the world around me’s turning cold / Anyone else would up and leave / But she’s, yea she’s with me.
Top of the mountain and all the way down / When I’m lost and when I’m found / In the day, in the light, in the dark of the night / When it all goes wrong, when it all goes right / Whoa oh, I don’t know what I’d do without her / Whoa oh, she’s gotta know I’m all about her / She’s amazing, amazing / Ain’t she amazing, amazing?