Wonderful Things

Wonderful Things


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20 thoughts on “Wonderful Things”

  1. Killer Video! This is so cool! How was that done? A Crane? Helicopter?
    It looked like one shot from the start of the song. Not an easy feat, but
    you guys really pulled it off!

  2. “Propuesta de la Semana” | Desde USA presentamos a un cantautor pop que ha
    pasado los últimos meses perfeccionando su música para darse a conocer, el
    resultado de todo su esfuerzo se ve reflejado en esta canción, un tema que
    a algunos les parezca sencillo, pero que gracias a la letra y el ritmo que
    impone en él hace de esto una gran creación y algo que no quitaras de tu
    cabeza, esas son las “Cosas Maravillosas” que deja su música. Aquí su
    sencillo más reciente, es la propuesta de esta semana.
    #PropuestaDeLaSemana #RyanCorn #WonderfulThings 

  3. “Propuesta de la Semana” | Desde USA presentamos a un cantautor pop que ha
    pasado los últimos meses perfeccionando su música para darse a conocer, el
    resultado de todo su esfuerzo se ve reflejado en esta canción, un tema que
    a algunos les parezca sencillo, pero que gracias a la letra y el ritmo que
    impone en él hace de esto una gran creación y algo que no quitaras de tu
    cabeza, esas son las “Cosas Maravillosas” que deja su música. Aquí su
    sencillo más reciente, es la propuesta de esta semana.
    #PropuestaDeLaSemana #RyanCorn #WonderfulThings 

  4. Heard this on the radio late last night after a long night of work and
    loved it, glad I was able to find out who the artist is! 

  5. You came as a huge inspiration right when I needed it. Thanks for that, and
    keep making awesome songs.

  6. This is the Tues, Jan 27 edition of My Music Video of the Day. Today’s
    music video is ” Wonderful Things.” by Ryan Corn.

    Sometimes when you are listening to music, you’ll find that surprise song.
    An unexpected gem amongst the rocks. Well, for me that’s what this song is.
    It has a tone or a way about it that just makes you feel good, happy.

    In trying to figure out why, I first went and researched who this singer
    is. In fact, at times, he sounded like the lead singer from an old 70’s pop
    band called America. I thought to myself that maybe it was him trying to go
    solo after all these years. But no, that can’t be. America (the band) was
    popular about 40 years ago. Even if he was 18 back on 1975, he would be 58
    now. This singer sounds younger than that.

    What I found out is that he is a 32-year old singer/songwriter, born in
    Missouri and current residing in Cape Girardeau. His music genre would be
    popular or pop music with a MOR or middle-of-the-road sub-genre.

    The sound of the song is upbeat. Besides the usual drums and guitar, there
    are bells, a triangle, banjo and trumpet to add to the mood. Add his warm,
    pleasant voice and you’ve got a wonderful sounding song. In an odd and
    unexplainable way, it reminds me of the song in the movie, ” Butch Cassidy
    and the Sundance Kid” called ” Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head.” which
    despite its title is an upbeat song that puts the listener in a happy,
    relaxing place.

    As to the visuals in this music video, it begins by circling the exterior
    of a building where the singer/songwriter lives. Before the opening verse,
    it shows him lying in bed, wide-awake, unable to sleep because he’s trying
    to put the song you are about to hear, together in his head. The camera
    then moves back to the exterior and then moves from window to window as he
    sings. I didn’t get any vibes about the meaning of each of the residents
    that are shown in each window except to show them doing different and
    unrelated things. The song ends and the camera pulls back and we move away
    from the building. Nothing deep here, IMHO.

    Lyrically, the song is about someone who thinks to himself, ” I’ve done
    terrible things and I’ve done unspeakable things, but you’ve done wonderful
    things to save me.” He goes on, ” My hearts been harder than rocks, and my
    mind’s been darker than dark, but you’ve done wonderful things to change
    me.” So on one fell swoop, he is opening himself up to admit that although
    he sounds like a good guy, he has done some terrible things in the past. At
    the same time, he tells his love that she’s done some things to save and
    change him for the better. He goes on to tell her how important she has
    been to him in straightening him out and he loves her for that. Nice
    sentiment! He closes the song by singing, ” I just think about the way I
    did without you, loving me the way that you do, on this side of things, I
    see what I’m suppose to be, and life’s better living with you.” Corny,
    sentimental… you bet, but a great song.

    I’m including the following links in separate posts. First, there is a link
    to the You Tube lyric video for the song. Then, there is a link to an
    article from americansongwriter.com about the artist and the song. Lastly,
    there is a link to an article from mindequalsblown.net, also about the song
    and the artist.

    Ryan Corn – Wonderful Things (Official Music Video):
    http://youtu.be/COntBpsoE3s

  7. #thursdaymotivation Its a great day in south East Tennessee. This is a
    “wonderful” song, get it. LOL :). Be kind to one another and enjoy the day.

  8. Wow. This is really one of those rare songs were you just sit back and bask
    in its simplicity and beauty. It just makes you feel…wonderful
    haha. Great job Ryan.

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