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John Schneider | The Odyssey: Crossroads

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The Odyssey: Crossroads

by John Schneider

Eventually we all come to a "Crossroad" in our lives. A place where we are going to have to make up our minds about who we are, what we are and where we're going. This album takes you right to where the rubber meets the road. It's decision time, ya'll!
Genre: Country: Outlaw Country
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Gimme Gimme
4:17 album only
2. They Lived It Up
3:25 album only
3. Toolbox
3:28 album only
4. Trophy
3:44 album only
5. Walk a Mile in My Shoes
3:04 album only
6. Boyfriend in Your Bedroom
4:19 album only
7. Changes Me
4:14 album only
8. When I Still Mattered
3:22 album only
9. Angels Like Her
4:12 album only
10. Devil in the Mirror
4:04 album only


Album Notes
"There's a devil in the mirror and he looks a lot like me..." this is something we eventually come to grips with along the journey. The person who is most in our way is, many times, ourselves. What are we going to do about it? Politicians are usually not what they appear to be at first... are we? Money is at the center of most victory and defeat. Where do we stand in that equation? Can we be bought? Are we standing with those we claim to not like, with our hand out saying, "Gimme, Gimme?"
This album is about realizing we have a choice and deciding, once and for all, who we are. It's about remembering where we came from with "Toolbox" and which mentors made the most impact with "They Lived it Up."
It's a record of realization, understanding and decision.
It's unavoidable.
It's time to grow up... take a stand.
And live with the consequences.



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Kristen Kay Powell

Great music
Great music!