She said not to take this song seriously, but seriously – I LOVE this tune. It’s just her and her ukulele, and there’s something so sweet and innocent about it. The lyrics are a bit light-hearted and whimsical. I hope this song strikes a chord with you in the way that it did me. Kina, if you are reading this, I am a big fan and cannot wait until you come to Dallas on May 9th. I am looking forward to your performance.
If you love this song, check out the video, and check out all her other work on youtube. She has some amazing songs on there.
I first learned about Rosi via Greg Holden. He was visiting her in NYC or something and mentioned her in a video or on facebook or something.
I love this song. It’s catchy, cute, and quirky – just how I like it. Rosi is a great songwriter. A lot of her songs have a sort of innocent feel about them. I just like how they’re produced. They aren’t overly done.
I’ve listened to a few songs on this CD. You can too with the link below to amazon.com. Give her a chance, you’ll like it!
Anna has been playing guitar/singing since she was 12. She only recently started posting videos on youtube, and I’m so glad she has. There’s an honesty and innocence in her performances, and she has a beautiful, soft voice.
Take notice of her – she assures me she will be posting more. Please rate and comment on her videos, and subscribe to her channel.
Here’s the video. If you want to download this song, click on the download link at the bottom of this post. I’ve tried to “clean it” from the high-pitched beeping.