I was talking to myself, trying to work through the problem, explaining it as best I could out loud, because I knew I'd have to do it soon.
But when Blake Shelton's "Nobody But Me" came on the radio and broke into my concentration, I knew what I was doing, the problem crystalized, and I knew my solutions.
Then, though, there was that strange fear that the solutions wouldn't ever pan out, that they wouldn't ever be available. And there was some wonder if I could live with that.
But, in the end, I know I could.
But I'm searchin' for a great heart to stand me by