Often “Little Things” Matter The Most In Our Lives – Discover Why
Leaders in the New Age Pop genre, The Song Gardeners have been giving their audience, a line of chill, pop, and groove songs imbued with powerful messages. “The Little Things” is their newest release inspired by Corrie Dunn’s friend Corinne Landphere’s art exhibit.
As we listen to the lines,
“A song from the past, the moon in the night, holding a hand that feels just right . . .
The stars in the sky, the look in your eyes when you’re happy . . .”
We feel the creators have a special purpose for this composition, evident in the lyrics, music, and mixing.
By saying, “Every day I count my blessings for the little things”, the lyricist teaches us the forgotten prayer we must always be doing in our lives.
Becoming grownups, we have been taught to focus on what we deem as “The Big Things” of life. In the process, we pay little attention to those most wonderful little things around us that are really adding some charm, purpose, and joy to our lives. This attitude at large has robbed the quality of our life.
So, “The Little Things” carries a precious message for each one of us in reminding us of the “Art of Life” which we have forgotten.
The making of “The Little Things”
Produced and mixed by David Scheibner, the team getting us “The Little Things” has done a prodigious job. Corrie Dunn’s lyrics and music sound like they are twins born together in the same womb. Mary Gospe’s harmonies have infused a bunch of inspiring gospel elements into the song. James Butler has given his best to the production of piano, bass, and drums. David Scheibner’s euphonious guitar and synths have bestowed an elegant charm to the single. All in all, we can’t pass by the song without admiring the dexterity that has gone into its making.
The A cappella section rendered by the voices of Corrie and Mary read as,
“It’s the little things that put a smile on my face,
It’s the little things that make this world a better place”
And the listener is woken up to the reality of what we have overlooked in our life.
My Reflections On The Single
I found “The Little Things” one of the best singles I have come across in my life. Both the lyrics and music are admirable and move hand in hand to drive the lesson the makers want to give their audience.
Every single line of the song deserves to be printed in gold and preserved for reminding us what life is all about and what we must really be found doing in life.
The team behind the making of “The Little Things” seem to have worked with a singular purpose in their minds that has helped make this song a masterpiece.
Corrie Dunn’s “The Little Things”, reminds me of the lines of a popular Christmas carol
“There is a song, there is a song, there is a song in the air
There is love, there is love, there is love everywhere”.
The world is a marvelous creation of God. Love and happiness are everywhere around us. If we open up our hearts to receive the most wonderful vibrations carried by air, we are ready for a blissful experience. Little things can make our life happier and more meaningful. In reminding us of this truth, Corrie Dunn’s single stands out as a beacon light guiding the stand we need to take in our life and perception.
As a matchless creation, “The Little Things” will always deserve a special place in my heart. I am sure you will treasure it too as a precious bundle of music and philosophy.
Listen to this beautiful single here: https://lnk.dmsmusic.co/thesonggardeners_thelittlethings