Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jr. Nation Believe

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Dale Earnhardt Jr. and Jr. Nation Believe

Everyone has a song about their life, one that just speaks to them. The same goes for our favorite NASCAR drivers. This is Dale Earnhardt Jr., as if speaking to Jr. Nation.

I sit alone and watch the clock

Tryin' to collect my thoughts

All I think about is you

And so I cry myself to sleep

And hope the devil I don't meet

In the dreams that I live through

It's 2007 and Dale Earnhardt Jr. needs to make a decision, stay with Dale Earnhardt Inc. or go? And of course, how will the fans feel?

Believe in me

I know you've waited for so long

Believe in me

Sometimes the weak become the strong

Believe in me

This life's not always what it seems

Believe in me

Cause I was made for chasing dreams

After waiting and wondering Jr. Nation got their answers in a departure from DEI and an arrival at Hendrick Motorsports. It was time to chase the championship dream in full force.

All the smiles you've had to fake

And all the sh!@ you've had to take

Just to lead us here again

I never have the things to say

To make it all just go away

To make it all just disappear

The faithful Jr. fans have been there through the good and bad and always put on a smile and said there's always next year. And they've always gotten opinions from the non-Jr. fans.

Believe in me

I know you've waited for so long

Believe in me

Sometimes the weak become the strong

Believe in me

This life's not always what it seems

Believe in me

Cause I was made for chasing dreams

Jr. Nation always believes and will keep believing and dreaming for their day as champions.

It's my life, it's my choice

Hear my words, hear my voice

And just believe

I sit alone and watch the clock

Tryin' to collect my thoughts

And all I think about is you

If you believe in me

Life's not always what it seems

Believe in me

Cause I made for chasing dreams

The chase for a dream begins in two months at Daytona.

"Believe" Stained

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