Mark wrote this song while playing guitar at St. John's Church in Houston. It's where he and DJ first met 13 years ago, playing together in the church band every Sunday. Part of their gig was to play music while the pastor blessed the morning service, so they'd usually vibe on a slow, meditative vamp, while the candles were lit.
This song is an ode to that time, with a guitar melody on top inspired by two of Mark's favorite guitarists, Julian Bream and Prince Rogers Nelson, and based the progressions on Baroque composers like Bach and Handel.
This is also the song that's pretty much guaranteed to make Laura Lee cry. She thinks it's a reflection of all the deep, emotional things Mark can't say. (He thinks it's just a nice song.)
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