Rush, Yes, John Mayer, James Taylor, Pink Floyd, Stanley Clark
I am a:
Very nice! I'm wondering if you intentionally wrote many of the lines beginning with "I am" referring to the Lord's name "I am". Maybe you did not, but I found it to be a hidden component in the lyric.
It sounds like your vocal melody is doubled by the piano. Is this common in Gospel music today? I'm not as familiar.
Thanks for your comments. The song was first written for an Easter play, this essentially the words of Jesus to Pilate. I thought the message was universal.
This song definitely needs a real piano (or other) arrangement! This was just a very rough demo. I would be glad to work with anyone who wants to take this on!
Clark - what a beautiful poem. I liked the music ok. I don't always miss a bridge, but I did here maybe. The melody grew on me. You sure got the words. You really articulated, I think, a contrast of the physical and spiritual.