(Faulk/Royer) I don't know if you've seen the movie Turning Point but it's about second chances. I've been on both sides of the equation enough to know that everything has to break right for an artist, luck, timing, right people, etc. otherwise you need a second chance.
In the movie, two young ballerinas are vying for a role; one, Deedee, becomes pregnant and must retire to have a family. The dance goes to Emma, her rival, who has a brilliant career but ultimately no family. The child, Emilia, is a brilliant dancer. She is named for Emma but is actually the artistic rebirth of Deedee, her second chance.
In my case, Karissa followed Chris by about ten years. I produced about six sides on Chris Faulk in the late nineties. Gig Bag and Go is one of them, a song about a girl who has the wrong boyfriend.
Gig Bag And Go