I first found this incredible, hauntingly beautiful, stunningly peaceful song about ten years ago. Sung by Lucinda Drayton, of Bliss. (Lucinda Drayton (vocals) and Andrew Blisset (Keyboards), are: ‘Bliss’). I’d recently lost someone and was in a place of numb anguish and hand wringing, heart breaking, continual pain, but to outsiders I looked perfectly fine. We get better at playing ‘pretend’ the older we get, don’t we?. From the moment I heard this song I never forgot that lyric, and once you’ve heard it, you won’t forget it either. Be you a believer or not.
Over the years I’ve shared this song with so many people and all of them have gone on to find the CD and own the music themselves. I found myself urged this evening to go online and find the music to share it here.
It’s not loud – (there are no loud parts, no crashing, no banging, no drums) – so if you have your speakers set low, maybe turn them up a tad or you’ll likely miss the beginning of the song. I find the best way to listen to it is: close your eyes, sit back in your chair, relax, and allow the song open up for you.
Sleep well, dear reader.
With love ~