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‘Change Your Mind’ is a song by Trevor Christensen, a Colorado native, professionally known as Said the Sky- an established DJ and musician known to produce electronic dance music. The song features Australia based singer-songwriter and record producer, Tim Bettinson who is popular in his stage name, Vancouver Sleep Clinic. The song was released in September 2018.
Written in beautiful words by Tim Bettinson, the song is about looking back at the beautiful past, rewinding the magic with everything flashing in front of your eyes like it is a movie reel. Tired, yet willing to fight, living with fond remembrances and creating a world of musings, imagining things could perhaps relive if you could turn back time to change their mind.
The lyrics hit you hard on feels, more if you have been in a similar situation. And for some of the rest, perhaps the closing lines might resonate….
“I keep getting these waves of nostalgia,
Things I haven’t even been through or seen,
But the feeling comes and hits me,
All I can do is wonder”
This song has something so addictive in its melody that you wish it played on. It is truly one of a kind, offering a soothing texture in the soft music accompanying the vocals at the start, gradually picking momentum as the vocals intensify.
Change Your Mind is an enchanting song, just right, with a nostalgic vibe- when you would want to unwind and go back thinking of those graceful times. The angelic voice and magical music glides into your spirit. It comes as no surprise how it made its way into the hearts and minds of listeners. Watch and listen to this song here….
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