Wedding Songs – Today’s Song of the Day
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Michael Buble – Everything
Our thoughts: To be truly timeless, a song needs a singer who has a certain “quality”. Smooth and silky is a great start, and Michael Buble has both smooth and silky in droves.
- Key “Everything” is written in the key of D major.
- Tempo ~ There’s a surprisingly quick tempo of 126 bpm. But it somehow doesn’t feel “quick” to me.
- Progression ~ moves around G, A and D primarily
- Vocal range ~ Baritenor – Vocal Range: E♭2-E♭5
Mannequin has begun to song write and of course, weddings are at the point of our pen! We are all about love songs and especially first dance songs. We’ll be blogging our music and videos throughout 2015 and we’d love your input and feedback about our work. You are after all, as readers of our blog or Facebook page, the heart of our marketing group!
Here it is, our song of the day for the Wedding Songs series in this blog:) I hope you like it and I hope you email me more suggestions (email@example.com). I’d love to know what you think are the best wedding songs of the today or of those that are timeless ~
Song Details From Wikipedia:
Bublé wrote the lyrics of “Everything” for his then girlfriend Emily Blunt. He later explained: “I wrote the song about the great happiness of real love, but at the same time I was making a statement about the world. We’re living in really crazy times, and I wanted to say that no matter what’s happening, this person in my life is what really makes it worthwhile.” Unlike Bublé’s other work, this song strays away from beingbig band oriented, and carries a more adult contemporary sound, carrying some elements of pop and rock. It is completely devoid of a horn section, as well as being guitar driven. A piano and an acoustic guitar carry the main melody of the song, with electric guitars audible in the chorus. Bublé’s vocal arrangement is also different from his previous material; his voice often makes big interval changes in most of his material, but his voice in this particular song is projected smoothly without going into loud intervals. It is comparable to his previous hit, and adult contemporary single, “Home”, from the album It’s Time.
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