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A song that hits home somewhat personally, and one that other people can relate to. Having a dream that just won't go away, and coming to the realization that it's not going to come true if you stay where you are.
A mid-tempo, Country song, featuring Acoustic Guitar and female vocals.
Great song , delivered equally as well .
Beautiful guitar work in the intro with the hum opens the song up masterfully. First verse is super strong, sets up the story/emotion of the story well. Great bridge. Favorite lyrics: 1000 miles of concrete, Neon globe, build a shelf to store their dreams. The chorus is fantastic, memorable, effective. This song is a true winner. Put it at the top of the country charts!
Well sung, well performed and passionate piece that many people can identify with.
A very nice sound, and the vocal is on pitch throughout. I enjoyed the simple guitars and this comes off as a very professional demo. The lyrics felt familiar, but are done tastefully and with enough difference to make the song stand on its own. Solid songcraftsmanship from start to finish.
Really nice. Great demo. The lyrics are very good. There is lots of emotion in this song. Awesome concept. I loved it.
I really enjoyed this song. I especially like the line "I want to feel these wheels underneath me roll"--pulled me into the chorus. I could hear this song on country radio by an artist like Miranda Lambert. I also would think it could fit well in TV/film given the subject matter and lyric approach. Arrangement and vocal are very strong, too. Good luck with this song!
Well done, great vocals ! Nice production and arrangement too.
Easy, catchy song to listen to! Great country crossover pop sound! The lyrics, melody and arrangement are spot on!
A lovely track, brilliantly sung with real emotion - country through and through. Although the sentiment is a fairly traditional one, this song sounds fresh somehow.
The finger picking guitar accompaniment is high class and the arrangement is straightforward but works really well.
Loved the line, 1,000 miles of concrete etched into my mind." Fit perfectly with "The Gypsy in me" part. What wonderful structure and movement. Bridge worked fantastic leading back into the chorus. Really strong vocal and guitar playing. Bravo! Loved the way it ends... "feel like I've driven these streets what feels like a million times."
Great vocal, great tune, great instrumentation, etc.
Really nice demo of this song. It sounds like a song for the radio! Loved it!