Note for a Child/ Impossibly Beautiful

Oh so so moody, so moody, wonderfully moody. Lyrics have managed to be non mainstream, factual, biblical and actually interesting and worth listening to. This is such a refreshing change from the average rhyming predictable chucking together of words that many of today’s songs suffer from.

It seems a little trite to say this but the song’s strengths are the deepness of it lyrics and the melody of the music. I love it because it pulls me towards God through its almost melancholic moods. The song’s unpredictable lyrical swings and comparisons take me on a quite unexpected and slightly theological journey into accidental worship.

What would I like to see “Note for a Child” try next? Maybe address some social justice issues and take those beautiful mood swings into something with a faster tempo.

What else do I listen to in the same genre? Kevin Prosch’s ‘Palanquin’ and Martyn Joseph’s ‘Who Ever It Was Who Brought Me Here Will Have To Take Me Home’.

My copy of Impossibly Beautiful is from the album titled Late and Alone. The CD only has five songs on it, but their quality is equal to better than Impossibly Beautiful.

Well done whoever you are, I will look for you again.

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