I am loving this song. It sounds like the offspring of rock and bluegrass (as all good music should). And the sentiments are so recognizable - who hasn't been here? It's not where you want to live, but, wow, have they got that state of mind nailed - the frustration of self, the utter anger and wounded pride you have when you realize, once again, that you screwed up, it was all your fault, and you aren't the hero you thought you were. (And this is when we go to confession and repent and beg for God's grace.)
There is a prominent vulgarity in here, so you probably don't want to listen to it with kids around (though they might miss it in the accent, if they're young enough). Aside from the lyrics, the music is just amazing. I listen and can't help but think this is EXACTLY what ought to be done with guitar and piano (and all the rest). These men are treating their instruments right:
Wow. Love it.
Peace of Christ to you,