Stay Imagine an evening where you meet someone. Your souls, connected centuries ago, you both just need to be reminded how. You talk like old childhood friends that flirted but never went steady, and you get consumed in the company while witnessing true beauty.
The album is composed of songs from the new musical Waitress, which took Broadway by storm last March, for which Bareilles served as lyricist and composer. Waitress tells the tale of Jenna, a pie-maker, who becomes pregnant with her less-than-dreamy husband Earl and begins to have an affair with her obstetrician.
I saw the musical last year at the American Repertory Theater, and figured it would be interesting to see how the album stocks up. The track builds gradually but impressively, starting with some amazing panning that creates a mental space that suits a musical perfectly.
The musical is about a pie-maker, and the lyrics cleverly introduce this idea without appearing silly or campy.
The harmonies are so meticulous, and the echoed bridge is perfectly concluded with a quiet moment of introspection before a bare moment of a cappella and clapping builds back into the epic final chorus.
The repeated piano riff gives way to a deeper chorus, musically and emotionally as Jenna questions her decisions.
The Brian Eno-esque ambience is minimalist, backed up really interestingly with a quiet acoustic guitar. The echoed vocals are glorious, but the harmonies really make the song come to life. The quiet snappy intro leads into an unapologetic ballad about how life tears apart our idealistic plans and we have to make the best of it: The bridge is simply stunning — the riffs Bareilles and Mraz tackle effortlessly are gorgeous, and the tension builds until the final chorus explodes with pent-up emotion.
Instead, the duo goes for the minimalist approach, simply letting the other person see how much they are valued, and it is all the more effective. However, in the context of the musical, the song is a brutally honest lament about how Jenna has lost herself.
However, the very singing of the song shows how Jenna is self-aware and that she will find herself again. The addition of Jason Mraz just makes me love an already stellar album even more.Weeks later Bareilles emailed an MP3 demo of "She Used to Be Mine," the soulful ballad that drives the musical's climax.
"I knew in a heartbeat that we had a show," Paulus says. Sweet as Whole Songtext von Sara Bareilles mit Lyrics, "She Used To Be Mine": Sara Bareilles präsentiert einen brandneuen Song; Überraschendes Video! Sara Bareilles beeindruckt ihre Fans mit "Uncharted" Fan Werden.
Fan von»Sweet as Whole. Sara Bareilles's wiki: Sara Beth Bareilles (/bəˈrɛlɪs/ ; born December 7, ) is an American singer-songwriter, actress and author. She achieved mainstream success in with the hit single " Love Song ", which reached number four on the Billboard Hot For Bareilles, that storytelling started with She Used to be Mine; a beautiful and stoic piano ballad that captures the character Jenna perfectly with lines like, It's not simple to say that most.
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She used to be mine lyrics by sara bareilles. This lyric is very much me. Find this Pin and more on music is my escape by max:).
I love it when lyrics remind me of myself. It makes me feel like I'm closer to knowing who I am.