Beautiful song from a beautiful film.
Dreamy, ethereal, and melancholy – the audial equivalent of the blustery cloudy weather we’ve been having.
Look at this beautiful video of a beautiful man singing about beautiful things.
this song somehow encapsulates my current stage of life.
Music I have been listening to since before I was born. I will never tire of Johnny’s work, and he is the only musician I am dying to see live. In his songs are memories which are real and hopeful to me.
This song is for all of us scatterlings, adopted children of Africa who hold on to that adopted love.
As usual, Ed Sheeran creates another ballad which climbs inside of your heart and makes it feel something against your will. If The Fault in Our Stars is anything like this song, I can’t wait for it.
I am going home tomorrow. Time for a Ugandan summer.
a perfect slow, rainy day jam. the album version is just as good. This has been a good catalyst for contemplating some of the things I have been working through as of late.
I am obsessed with this song right now. I can’t stop listening to it.