.I may look into your eyes
.And play this song of sorrow,
.May I finally untie this stomach
.Of knots and chains
.And,hopefully, see tomorrow
.A #coversong ...A few minutes have gone by and I now I'm getting such a strong urge to remove this and the other e_e
.I hope that you can enjoy this as much as I love playing it for myself. Theres something that makes me feel so artificial and extremely uncomfortable, though, about playing for another person or for a camera. I would argue that any musician plays most comfortably during times of inward thought; not clouded by thought of what others may perceive. This is why I'd also say that I feel that it's healthy to not record too many takes, and to just be okay with the infidelities (as a non-professional).
I've got some-thousands and hundreds of hours on the guitar, but next to none publicly, in comparison. As I said, I hope that you can enjoy this; as much as I love it for myself. Who knows; if this helps me feel better about it at all, maybe I'll get up one day and feel like playing an entire song - In Public.............eek...
.This beautiful song, " #SorrowingMan " was written by Dallas Green of #cityandcolour , from the album #Little Hell.
Guide Me Back Home - City and Colour
@cityandcolour_official just released this collection of stripped down live tracks from a 2017 tour through Canada. It’s sensational! Dallas Green’s songwriting and beautiful voice has always struck a chord, but hearing him really featured on these tracks is a treat. Highly suggest a listen for any fans of the band or singer/songwriter fans in general. #cityandcolour#vinyl#albumoftheday