I remember my mom talking about this song one of her friends wrote for her. It was an odd way to start the day, but a nice song. That’s the way I want to start the day.
If you want to start the day you will probably want to start the song again this time in the middle of a song.
If you want to end the day, you probably want to change the song to something happy like “I am the end of the world” or something. I guess thats the last song we’ll hear from Oru for awhile.
Oru has a great voice and the beginning of the song is a great way to start the day. Thats all I have to say about that.
Oru is a new kind of a voice for the genre. I am not a big fan of the retro sound in the current music scene, and I’m not fond of the new, “modern” trends in sound. But Oru’s voice really strikes a chord with me. I hope he keeps this going.
And its not really a song, but a collection of songs that Oru has written and arranged. I love the idea of a singer that is able to arrange songs on his own. It makes it a bit easier to listen to them as an entire song. I think I have played through all of the songs listed, but not all of them.
This collection includes songs from the songwriter and band members as well as others. A total of nine songs are on the list, the rest are only available on the songwriter’s official site.
And here’s the first song I’ve listened to of the collection, “I’ll Go To Sleep”. The song is a pleasant blend of classic old school rock and pop, and is one of my favorite Oru songs.
This is one of those songs that has a great lyric that makes it a great song to listen to. The chorus is so catchy that I find myself singing it several times during the song.
I cant help but think of the great line in the chorus: “And Ill go to sleep, Ill go to sleep, Ill go to sleep and Ill go to sleep.” This lyric is so catchy that I love it.