Speak Low If You Speak Love “A List Of Things”

Beautiful song!

A project by Ryan Scott Graham named Speak Low If You Speak Love has released “A List Of Things” music video.

Song lyrics: Speak Low If You Speak Love – A List Of Things

I’ll get scared and you’ll get bored,
it’s the only conclusion my mind can form.
You’ll say goodbye and I’ll apologize,
for not being strong enough to ever realize that

I don’t know anything about anything anymore
And you don’t know anything about me (because I won’t let you).

I knew you would leave, I’m not what you need,
I won’t leave my bed if it means I can dream.
I made a list of things for us to do, we only crossed off one and two
Now I don’t know what to do because

I don’t know anything about anything anymore
And you don’t know anything about me.

I’m usually on the other end when things start to break and things start to bend,
I’m usually on the other side, when love is a lightswitch and its glow slowly dies.

My mother says she’s been praying
but I don’t think that it’s doing much.
I said “don’t wear yourself out ‘cause I know my edges are rough.”

My mother says she’s been praying
but I don’t think that it’s doing much,
Cause I’m sad and I’m scared and I’m alone again.
She just won’t understand.

About

No stranger to the music scene, Ryan Graham, the now 23-year-old singer-songwriter, heads back to his roots sporting just a voice and an acoustic guitar to captivate as the ever passionate Speak Low If You Speak Love. Devoted to a rigorous and regular touring schedule and a lust for evoking untapped emotions, SLIYSL is a project aimed to become a household name, thanks to Graham’s raw honesty and likeability.

Fusing elements of Evan Weiss-laden melodies with the pop sensibility of Taylor Swift, Graham produces a genuinely new outlook on the cliché acoustic scene. Not only does Speak Low If You Speak Love refuse to cut lyrical corners, but each song is crafted with its own unique identity. With the gift of bare-boned and blunt story telling, Graham extends listeners a personal invitation into the melancholy world he calls home.

With his newest release, “Everything But What You Need,” Graham explores his pressing existential inquiries, as well as delving into his recurring life quandary: the failed relationship. Relatable and relevant, EBWYN is a record with something for everyone.

“I feel like it’s as if I’m listening to Ben Gibbard’s demo tracks for Transatlanticism.” – Alex Boundy, Funeral Sounds contributing writer

DISCOGRAPHY:

  • Sad To Say (2012) – Self released, 4 track EP
  • NB/SLIYSL (2013) – Self released, split EP with Florida’s babypunk Northbound
  • Everything But What You Need (2013) – Self released, 10 track full length album

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