So, you guys probably have heard about Lucy Hale via Pretty Little Liars in which she plays Aria. As beautifully as she displays us whatever the character demands, she sings much more beautiful songs in her melodious voice.
The song is given a start by the beat of the drums and the instruments that are perfectly played. This sometimes even lead us to bob our heads up and down and as well as tapping our feet. The music video also collabrates in the success of the song. The lyrics are perfectly sculpted and gives you a very perfect feeling for love. Love was never a bad thing except the exceptions but let’s chuck it now.
The lines of the first para are all about the feeling metaphorically comparing all the beautiful things in this universe. The moon that gives us an enlightened path also lights the object as if it was a spotlight. The starting gestures of the kiss are described as a crazy crazy good feeling. The water, the old song when you feel nostalgic, the Amen that make us feel blessed are all described well in the song.
The second para is directly towards the person that our Lucy fell in love with. The musical hum of the guitar and the talking is so melodious that she can listen to the voice of the lover anytime and all night. The desire to know the entire story of the lover is interesting that by sitting beside the bon fire and listening to the crackling of the fire just add into the hymn of the enthralling voice and the character of the lover. His voice has follows such an enrapturing path in which you find yourself completely lost and you feel good.
The ending takes rather a more beating and clapping tone replaced by the intsruments and the voice of the chorus of all the people in this song comes rushing to us and make us feel all over giddy.
The sound of the lover is as beautiful as the melody, as powerful as the current of the river, as enrapturing that anybody can simply listen all the night, as enthralling that even the monotoness story of daily life can be full of roller coaster ride, as pleasing as the fire crackling, as blessed as the Amen of the chorus, as free as the feeling of the freedom and as nostalgic as an old song on the radio.
You must listen to this song coz if you missed this, you missed the other side of Lucy Hale. This song is hallucinating, stunning, beautiful, eye-opening and strong!!!
I am sure you will love this song by Aria oops Lucy Hale!
Thnakyou, Enjoy the song on YouTube and you can have the entire album of Lucy Hale on iTunes. It’s a must watch…