Max García Conover – “Abigail For A While” // Kerry Dean

This quiet folk waltz becomes a somber reflection,  evoked by the song’s sparse instrumentation.  The vocal duet match in melody and lyrics, accentuating the song’s duality and themes of conversation and reflection.  The song effectively becomes a perfect song for these introspective moments, whether you’re watching a sunset with a loved one or taking a slow, leisurely walk in the woods.

 

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