Song of the Day, November 12: Every Other Day by Krystle Warren

KrystleEODToday’s song is Krystle Warren’s Every Other Day. It appears on her album Love Songs – A Time You May Embrace, a wonderful song cycle about the ins and outs of love as an everyday situation between two people. For this brief glimpse (barely a minute long), she describes the kind of petty disagreements that crop up regularly in a relationship. She strikes a marvelous balance, revealing frustration, regret, and a willingness to move on without making more of a fuss than the situation merits. The band she assembled for this live-in-the-studio project jaunt along sympathetically, adding just the right tone to the proceedings.

I guess I’ve got a foot in my mouth
She won’t tell me how to pull it out
It was somethin’ I said but I don’t know when
I swore up and down I wouldn’t do it again

Enjoy this great making-of-the song video today.

About Robert Hulshof-Schmidt
Freelance writer, researcher, online comic vendor, and project manager. Fan of a wide range of music -- especially folk and 80s pop -- vintage comics, British TV, and LGBT fiction.

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