Boca Chica

Boca Chica

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Song Description

"Valentine" is a charming, affecting song about a romantic relationship. It features a pretty female lead vocal with gentle backing harmonies. It is emotional and evocative piece of folk pop. It starts out simply and builds with orchestration including cellos, flutes and subtle synthesizers. It builds in intensity and gains momentum, but remains a gentle, romantic, wistful song. In the style of Feist and other female folk pop.

Story Behind the Song

This song asks the question of whether a good relationship will last. It's wonderful and sweet, and you want it to work so badly, but will it stand the test of time? Works well for a long distance relationship type of scenario.

Lyrics

It was a sweet night in the summer, the summer, the summertime

The street lights, they glistened, they glistened, they glistened so bright

But will you be my Valentine when the summer nights are through?

Or will you see the end of my pale shade of blue?

It was the right time for a weekend, a weekend, a weekend for two

It was the wrong time to be dreaming, be dreaming, be dreaming like a fool

But will you see the little bird if it lights upon your hand?

Or will it just pull apart, strand by strand?

Ah hah...

It was a sweet night in the summer, the summer, the summertime

The street lights, they glistened, they glistened, they glistened so bright

x 2

Ah hah...

Song Length
4:25
Genres
Folk - Alternative, Pop - General
Tempo / Feel
Medium Slow (91 - 110)
Moods
Endearing, Poignant

Subject Matter
Relationship, General

Similar Artists
Florence + The Machine,
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Hallie Pritts
Music Credits Hallie Pritts
Producer Credits Boca Chica/Christopher McDonald
Publisher Credits Hallie Pritts
Performance Credits Hallie Pritts/Boca Chica