Don't remember who I used to be,
I knew it wouldn't last.
Don't remember who I was...
Seems a lot of, seems a lot of time has gone past.
Seems a lot of, seems a lot of time has gone past.

Take me to the right path,
nudge me from this stagnant state.
Remind me of the dreams I had,
if it's not too late.

Not sure who I've become,
is it worth the cost?
Not sure of anything...
And you know there's, and you know there's times I get lost.
And you know there's, and you know there's times I get lost.

Take me to the right path,
nudge me from this stagnant state.
Remind me of the dreams I had,
if it's not too late.

No idea where I'm going,
I fear the end of day.
No idea where to go...
Tell me that you'll, tell me that you'll show me the way.
Tell me that you'll, tell me that you'll show me the way.

Take me to the right path,
nudge me from this stagnant state.
Remind me of the dreams I had,
if it's not too late.
© 2005, 2006 Kim M. Brunner

How can you walk away
and not even say goodbye.
You left me standing here
alone and wondering why.

My heart aches
and there's nothing I can do.
Now you're gone, oh...
oh-oh, it's true.

I guess the pain will fade
but there will always be a scar.
'Cause don't you know how
wonderful I think you are.

My heart aches
and there's nothing I can do.
Now you're gone, oh...
oh-oh, it's true.

There's nothing more to say
that will bring you back to me.
I've come to realize
that it will never be.

My heart aches
and there's nothing I can do.
Now you're gone, oh...
oh-oh, it's true.
© 2003, 2006 Kim M. Brunner

Written by Kim several years ago, but never actually recorded or published until now, Right Path is reborn. We revamped the song, striving to allow it to become what it wanted to be. We wound up with a slow, hard driving, highly energetic blues rock feel. Kimís vocals are exquisite as always and the deeply thought provoking message in her lyrics may have you doing some serious soul searching. For you guitar lovers, Steve grinds a blue-hot axe and provides a rock solid bottom on bass. Percussionist Pete Brunner pounds out a deliciously granite hard beat that you simply cannot resist moving to. Set the EQ for rock and play this one loud!
"Gone" is a purely acoustical rendition, featuring Steve's rich, dual stereo 12-string guitar foundation upon which Kim layers her silky vocals with ultra-tight interplaying self-harmonies. With this one, we also get a slight taste of Kim's flute playing, as she blends in subtle phrases that seem to morph right into her vocals. This one needs to be heard in HiFi with headphones!