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July 13

Rascal Flatts Have “Changed” for the Better, and You Can Too

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What people mostly love about Rascal Flatts is the ability of the members, Gary LeVox, Jay Demarcus, and Joe Don Rooney to make listeners feel real and immediate relatability with their songs. The expert blend of soaring harmonies, catchy melodies, and genre-crossing arrangements resonate stories and themes that are central to human life. LeVox remains to be one of Country’s most engaging lead vocalists. His down home charm that naturally shines even when veering into an arena-rock territory.

Changed

Rascal Flatts echoes a message of spiritual rebirth with their song, “Changed.” The song’s overall composition stays faithful to Rascal Flatts’ core appeal. It’s a track that celebrates the promise of renewed love and fresh beginnings. The song was inspired by the baptism of with songwriter Neil Thrasher. With some heavenly assistance, they were able to come up with a song that makes us reflect on our imperfections, but also reminds us that we all have the opportunity to be “changed.”

I came up out of the water
Raise my hands up to the father
Gave it all to him that day
Felt a new wind kiss my face
Walked away, eyes wide open
Could finally see where I was going
Didn’t matter where I’d been I’m not the same man I was then

The first verse centers on the story of salvation. LeVox sings with a hard-to-define conviction that he never did before. His way of delivering a unique edge at the very beginning is enough to hold one’s attention through the full story.

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Rascal Flatts (image from Youtube)

There I was, now here I am

I got off track, I made mistakes
Back slid my way into that place where souls get lost
Lines get crossed
And the pain won’t go away
I hit my knees, now here I stand
There I was, now here I am
Here I am, changed

When you take time to remember the person you are from the past, I hope you will proudly say that you’ve changed into a better man now. It only takes one salient decision to move your feet and follow the right path. Your mistakes will never define you. As long as you are still breathing, you have the chance to be one of the best men that ever existed. Come on, start forgiving yourself! You can’t change the past, but you can always change the future. And, you can only reach the maximum of your potentials with the help of the One who totally knew the greatness inside you, it’s the Lord, Jesus Christ.

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