Supposedly “whispered in the ear” of the composer when she was only fifteen years old, this is perhaps the most beautiful song on the Spirit Room album.
Whether you were a fan of Michelle Branch already, or remember this song as the heartbreaking melody playing in the Buffy episode Tabula Rasa as Willow and Tara’s relationship ended, the thrill of singing it yourself to this music is the same. Played on guitar, you hear the true original tone of the music as Michelle Branch played it. Played on Piano, a whole new colour is added, giving still more scope for a vocalist to make the song her own. Anyone who loved the original song will love this music.
Christy - (United Kingdom)
This song was the first Michelle Branch song i heard and it is by far the absolute best. Anonymous
This arrangement is easy to follow and versatile, sounding beautiful as a full ensemble, vocal and piano / guitar, or even simply as a piano solo. Written in Ab major, the vocal range goes from the Ab below middle C to the second D above it (second top line on the treble clef). As such it is most suitable for mezzo-sopranos, but can easily be transposed to suit an alto or soprano. The guitar chords are given both straight and with a capo on fret 1 for less experienced guitarists.
Overall, this item is a lovely arrangement with about an intermediate skill level, a nice, clean format and excellent quality. Good value for money.
Punk Rock Princess - (Blyth, United Kingdom)