The Song Gardeners’ new single is called The Little Things. Inspired by the art exhibit of friend and artist Corinne Landphere, Corrie Dunn wrote the lyrics and music while reflecting on the little things that bring joy to her life.
In this day and age when we are focused on looking at the big picture, it is easy to forget that we are defined by the little things in life that make us happy.
“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…”
The music is infused with gospel elements brought to life by Mary Gospe’s soulful harmonies; James Butler’s beautiful piano, bass, and drums; and David Scheibner’s melodious guitar and synths. David also produced and mixed the song which builds to a powerful a cappella section as Corrie and Mary sing:
“It’s the little things that put a smile on my face,
It’s the little things that make this world a better place.”
For more information and music samples, visit Thesonggardeners.com.
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