This song makes me feel incredibly sad. But at the same time, it’s such an amazing song. I heard it for the first time a few days ago and after letting it sit and resonate, I am finally able to post about it. It has always intrigued me how a guy with his guitar can say so much with so little resources. I think the best songs are the ones that make you cry. The ones that elicit so much emotion and passion, while being simplistic. Maybe because tragedy is easy to relate to? I can’t help but wonder…Mr. Hull, are you okay? It also amazes me that music can trigger so many emotions. I feel like this song caught me off guard. I wasn’t ready for how much it would affect me. The goosebump factor was high on this one. There is no real point to this rant, other than music astounds me. I think this could make for an interesting study or thesis. The effects a sad song vs. a happy song have on the brain . Somebody conduct this study, so I can read it. In any case, thank you Mr. Hull! This is definitely one of the most beautiful songs I have ever heard.
how i waited - andy hull