Songs From Waitress, by Sara Bareilles.
Indebted to tradition without being beholden to it, Bareilles always favors songs so exquisitely sculpted that their craft is never noticed, only felt, so she's a natural fit for Diane Paulus ' adaptation of Adrienne Shelly 's indie comedy-drama Waitress.
Songs from Waitress isn't a cast album, it's Bareilles ' recording of 12 songs from the production, and the highest compliment that can be paid is that it simultaneously plays as drama and as a sequel to her Grammy-nominated album The Blessed Unrest.
Bright and open, What's Inside does feel of a piece with her album Kaleidoscope Heart -- the presence of that album's producer Neal Avronwho sat out The Blessed Unrestis apparent -- and that warm, colorful sheen is enough to make the album play as pop: The nifty trick Bareilles pulls off on What's Inside is how the songs also contain a double-edge, serving the drama of the story while also playing as pure pop.
Sure, there are flourishes that are pure musical theater -- there's the opening fanfare of "What's Inside. Taken on their own, they're lively, clever, and bold, and further evidence of Bareilles ' versatility, elegance, and wit.Cause you asked for it Cause you need one You see I'm not gonna write you a love song Cause you tell me it's make or breakin this If you're on your way I'm not gonna write you to stay If your heart is nowhere in it I don't want it for a minute Babe, I walk the seven seas When I believe that there's a reason to write you a love song Today.
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views. comments. Sara Bareilles is my favorite solo artist. She can crank out a girl anthem and empower you, but she can also belt out a ballad and leave you. Lyrics to "She Used To Be Mine" song by Sara Bareilles: Sara Bareilles Lyrics "She Used To Be Mine" It's not simple to say Most days I don't recognize me That these shoes and this apron That place and its patrons Have taken more than I gave them And gets used by a man who can't love And then she'll get stuck And be scared of the life.
"She Used to Be Mine" is a song written and recorded by American singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles for her fifth studio album, What's Inside: Songs from Waitress (), featuring songs from her stage adaptation of the film, Waitress..
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