I liked the song the first time I heard it, I’m a Dierks Bentley fan.  Now I like it a little more!  Here are the lyrics to the first verse of “I Hold On,” which Dierks co-wrote:

Its just an old beat up truck
Some say that I should trade up
Now that I got some jangle in my pocket
But what they don't understand
Is it's the miles that make a man
I wouldn't trade that thing in for a rocket
What they don't know is my dad and me
We drove her out to Tennessee
And she's still here and now he's gone
So I hold on

The cool part is, that’s a true story!  Dierks was in his hometown a while back, relaxing and thinking about how far he’s come.  He was thinking about his late father, who drove him to Nashville for the first time in a beat up old truck, that Dierks still owns.  Indeed, he does have “some jangle” in his pocket, but you can imagine how much that truck means to him.  It is certainly worth holding on to