Texas singer-songwriter Jake Ward is holding on to a past love on the fiddle and steel-driven "Where the Wind Blows" from his forthcoming album Back on Solid Ground (out on July 26).
The song, written by Ward, David Banning and Bradley Banning, centers on a man still in love with a free spirit who's blown away much like the blossoms on the dogwood trees that stand on the land they share.
"I'm gonna stand my ground/ and stay right here where we put our roots down," Ward sings. "I'm gonna keep holdin' on to what you let go/ And hope this is where the wind blows."
Ward says the song is about holding on to what you've built and not giving up on those you love.
"This song is about losing the love of your life, but deciding that you want and need them back. Keeping what you had in the past alive with you," Ward tells Wide Open Country.
Listen to "Where the Wind Blows" below.
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Back on Solid Ground Track Listing:
Put You Down Tomorrow
Back On Solid Ground
Till You Let Go
Would You Still Be Here
Let It Fall
Where The Wind Blows
Jake Ward Tour Dates:
July 18 -- Midland, Texas -- Rockin Rodeo
July 19 -- Buda, Texas -- Buck's Backyard
July 20 -- Waco, Texas -- The Backyard Stage and Grill
July 26 -- College Station, Texas -- Hurricane Harry's
July 27 -- Ft Worth, Texas -- Rockin The River
August 8 -- McKinney, Texas -- Hank's Texas Grill
August 20 --The Woodlands, Texas -- Dosey Doe
October 5 -- Decatur, Texas -- Wise County Street Dance