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Monday, November 16, 2015
Amos Lee - Arms of a Woman
I've been humming, whistling, and singing this tune on and off for the past few days. Arms of a Woman, by Amos Lee, is just a sweet, mellow tune that sticks with you. The instrumental side of the song is played softly, making plenty of room for Lee's soulful voice to dominate. The lyrics remind me of something between the lament of being far from home (which is a huge reality for me; I live 1700 miles from my family) and the warm feeling you get when you're with someone who fills voids in your life without even trying to. I'm taking a break from writing with a finger of Laphroaig whisky and thought it would be a good time to share Amos Lee's Arms of a Woman. Cheers!