What You May Dream

  • Submitted on time! Aug 30, 2020
nicolemalagodipope
Cookbook Cover

Ryan Kershaw wrote a perfect lullaby for the first ever ICBC assignment years ago and it fills my heart with such joy.

 

The lyrics lull you out of your worries and into a sweet sweet sleep. I wanted the song to start a little jarring and progress into a dreamscape. Nick and I worked together on this cover.

 

Darlin’ lay your head down.

Soon the sun will rise and,

all that you can’t see

will show itself in the daylight.

 

Off in to what you may dream now.

Close your tired eyes now.

Off in to what you may dream,

off in to sleep.

Off in to your dreams.



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Discussion

  • 8 Comments
nick September 4, 2020 10:48am

@@Kyle check out that gated side-chain action at the end there. subtle, but i think it’s doing its job. thank u for the guidance, chef.

nurphgun September 1, 2020 9:12pm

This is so beautiful Nicole. I agree with @@alechutsonabout the Sylvan Esso vibe. Your voice has always reminded me of hers – but it’s also the overall composition like you said, how it starts stark and then becomes celebratory – reminds me of the way “Coffee” progresses.

alechutson September 1, 2020 10:58am

mmmm yes i love this. giving me some sylvan esso vibes. great job you two!

Rmal September 1, 2020 8:32am

Wow!!!! Nicole and Nick…I love it….what amazing talent you both have, and the willingness to share it. So proud 😊

peter September 1, 2020 10:41am

welcome rick 🤘

Sam Pearce August 31, 2020 10:42am

This is beautiful, Nicole! It makes me happy to hear this song again, in its new form. Possibly fun fact – I came up with the melody that inspired Ryan using words from the aria “Che Gelida Manina” by Giacomo Puccini.

ryan.mp3 August 31, 2020 9:59am

This is so, so good Nicole. Feeling very happy and honored that this version exists. Also shout-out to @@Sam Pearce whose melody was an inspiration for my version!

kurds August 31, 2020 8:25am

Damn, what a tune. Really enjoyed your subdued vocals, very calming– you gotta lend your voice more often!