This song takes us back to a time of innocence, a soft periwinkle blue, the twinkle of string lights gleaming on a disco ball. This song is a corsage that your parents got you, so you didn't feel sad that the boy you wanted to ask you to the date didn't.
This song is dancing with your group of friends, but being so aware of where he is on the dance floor. This song is wondering how he could look so good, on the very night you wanted him not to. This song is your friends' hands holding yours, keeping your eyes off him, making you dance.
This song is starting to have a good time, dancing and laughing and suddenly forgetting that boy in the corner, and as a byproduct getting his attention. This song is his steps towards you, to ask you to dance as the song fades into a slower one, this song is only the beginning.
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About The Curator - Kara Bean
Kara Bean is a force to be reckoned with. Originally from Seattle, WA, Kara is an LA-based singer-songwriter, lyricist and music-junkie. Her deep connection to the written word and music of all kinds has inspired her to become a strong, emotional songwriter. When she's not working on her artist project, Kara is listening to and writing songs that feel like liquid gold. She believes there is great power in music, and hopes to continue putting music into the universe that inspires others.