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The Journey

Samantha Gray

Release Date:2017-04-21
Label:Samantha Gray

"The Journey" is about finding my purpose, having faith in myself and knowing that I am not alone when it comes to facing trials and tribulations of life. As the saying goes....."Everything happens for a reason". Each section of the song has a specific sound and vibe, a mixture of melancholy and simplicity, lilting and flowing.

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98

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Catherine de Weever
100/100

What a beautiful composition. It literally feels like it’s taking you through the journey. My fave part is the last part where you’re at the highest and then suddenly the journey ends (slower notes).


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Ali
100/100

The Journey is a very plaintive, melancholic song. Its chord structure makes for a gentle, smooth listen while also inspiring lots of reflective thinking. Overall, a gorgeous song!


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Ryla Monica Espiritu
100/100

The melody and the mellow but emotional tone really gets my heartstrings in a bunch that I want to start tearing up.


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Macy
100/100

The Journey is a beautiful composition of gorgeous melodies. It's the perfect soundtrack for casual, light listening or deep, reflective moments. The variation of tone throughout the song takes your mind on an emotional journey with some sections instilling a somber mood while others provoke feelings of contentment. Ultimately a lovely and impressive piece, especially considering that it's Samantha Gray's debut original!


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Andrea
100/100

Every once in a while, we find a tune that somehow calms us and reassures us that everything's going to be alright. I have recently just landed a job, and I'll be starting tomorrow. I know that, when I took the job, I definitely went out of my comfort zone. I'm nervous, and I'm scared. For some reason though, when I heard this track, I genuinely felt less anxious. It'll be the last thing I'll listen to before I sleep tonight.


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