Pasquale Gee, Brooklyn’s heart-bending songwriter, is a promising up-and-comer with a whole lot on his shoulders. Recently he shared a beautiful song about being loved by someone despite being flawed or feeling inadequate when life’s pressures stack up. It’s a song of acceptance, discovery, and self-reflection.
Pasquale Gee expressed the astounding feeling of receiving love in a crooked and unfair world. The chorus doesn’t fill your ears with bars of poetic metaphors either. Put simply, he sings, “I won”. In this song, winning in love mimics the feeling of winning in life. When you unfold all the verses mentioning his shortcomings, they become insignificant compared to the power of this simple truth.
In a world that’s always changing she always stays the same
During the verses, he analyzes everything wrong in his world and layers it with little glimpses that explain why he admires her. Ironically, his lyrics prove he shares the same unconditional love. According to Pasquale, her life is far from perfect too. He even jokingly hints at her father’s disposition of her here:
She was always there to like my tunes
But never liked to hear me sing the blues
I know her daddy hates them
But I love all her tattoos
It’s similar to a stream of consciousness. Vocally, Pasquale Gee nails the style down. His raspy, almost effortless, delivery is the perfect mode of expression that spills his world on the table for us to see.
Instrumentally, not a whole lot is going on, but that’s not a bad thing. The song opens with a subtle acoustic guitar. As the song progresses, a light synth pad sneaks its way in. Other than a piano and a light pop beat, that’s all he gives us. Then again, it’s all he needs to get his point across. The bare texture of his voice practically pushes the story on its own.
In a world filled with darkness, she always finds the sun
Pasquale Gee has a special way of writing relatable songs without using overly wordy methods to express timeless human struggles. His tunes are uniquely human.
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