Kieran Mulvihill’s It”s Alright is a tranquil acoustic lullaby describing the hex of loves lost, won, never seen. “Can’t you see what I see?” she asked. “I can’t. Help me.”
There’s a certain burden taken off one’s shoulders when we face demons with others.
It’s a daunting task when taking on those fears, by oneself.
Why do you take them on by yourself?
Come back baby, I need you. You’ve never left my side.
You can’t be gone, we’re still together.
My mind, my soul.
Where are you?
“I’m right here.”
Kieran does a fab job in his guitar work and his presentation of the lyrics. His warm vocals compliment the near-subject, that fairly deems warm embrace.
The song is isolated, quaint, warm, and inviting.
We dig it.