Deborah Berg

Deborah Berg

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Country - Americana | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 471   
Member Since: 2009
   Last Login: 1/4/2021

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Song Description

A young woman sits in under a tree in the Midwest and watches the wind comb through its branches, thinking about the relationship between freedom and stability, between branches and roots.

Story Behind the Song

One of the first songs that Julian Marshall and I co-wrote as Eye to Eye, in the late 1970s. I was a reformed wild child hippie whose commune had called it quits; my parents had fetched me from the snowy Rocky Mountains and enrolled me in college. It's a song about the sensitive process of surrendering to reality--not necessarily giving up on dreams, but more like a wake up call for when it's time to trust your gut, cut your losses, keep the faith and start again.

Song Length
4:03
Genres
Pop - Easy Listening, Pop - Classic
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Peaceful, Content

Subject Matter
Wind, Change

Similar Artists
Eye to Eye, Carly Simon
Language
English
Era
1970 - 1979

Lyric Credits Deborah Berg
Music Credits Julian Marshall
Producer Credits Rhett Davies