I Shoulda Known Better
From Plank Road Publishingby Mike Wilson
We took a rock 'n' roll setting and an edgy, in-your-face lyrical approach to emphasize a "fight back" attitude in answering those who would influence us negatively. It is the story of one who falls into peer pressure, realizes the poor choice, learns a lesson, takes a stand and fixes the problem... happy ending.
The primary purpose of this character-building song is to address peer pressure. Hopefully this song can open a candid discussion of the impacts of negative peer pressure. Of course, positive peer pressure can become a part of the same conversation. (from Music K-8, Vol. 22, No. 4)
(Run time: 2:08)
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