little pigeon put your head down. if you can’t sleep put your head down. I can do some dreaming for you and you can do some thinking for me
pretty pigeon I have counted all the stars rolling over the city and they’re all still in their places and compared to them I am next to you
and I’ll still be here when they’re hiding. I’ll still be here in the morning. and I will still adore you and you will still be adored by me
*This is not specific to this assignment, but I need to credit my friend’s daughter, Daisy, for painting the piece I’m borrowing as my NCBC picture. It’s 14″ x 14″ on canvas and is of a meteor that she, her brother, my friend, and I saw. I thought it was a wonderful gift and an inspiring image for making music, so with the artist’s permission, I wanted to share it so more people can enjoy it. Thank you, Daisy!
Looking for feedback on
I appreciate any and all thoughts, and I'm wondering about: Lyrics (esp. lines that bother you, "take you out of the song"). Key (tune down a half-step?) Does the way I sang "you", "ya", sound natural or forced? Is it obvious that the first line of melody is from a famous song, and if I released this song, would it sound derivative? Thanks for listening!