I got my first cassette player when I was about 8 years old, and someone gave me a tape with “Somebody’s Knocking” by Terry Gibbs. It was the only cassette I had, so I would play that song, rewind the tape, and play it again.
The song isn’t considered a classic or anything like that, but it will always have a special place in my heart. It brings back so many memories and makes me feel like a kid again.
I prefer living in rural communities. As you drive away from the city, there are fewer and fewer cars on the road. There are also long stretches of road surrounded by woods and fields. However, traffic jams can still happen even in the middle of nowhere.
Be you and ignore the haters.
Looking at old photos this past week, made me think of this song. I hope you enjoy it.
Occasionally, I let Gwen drive my Jeep. I always think about this song and hope one day she will remember those experiences and smile.
I love to listen to this song while on the elliptical machine. I find it very motivating.
This song has great meaning to me and I find it inspirational. First, it reminds me to remember what’s important in my life. Second, it makes me think about all the hardships, obstacles, and even the horrible experiences that almost destroyed me in the past.
I am still here. I am an overcomer, so I know I can handle whatever life throws my way. I look at the newest obstacles in my life, think about what I already conquered, and say to myself, “This ain’t nothing.”
- As a side note, I apologize to all the grammar police out there. You can send your completes to Craig Morgan, if it makes you feel better.