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I Guess I Was Lost is Eric Dwight’s Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Eric Dwight’s single “I Guess I Was Lost” is a remarkable piece of folk rock that immediately captivates the listener from the very first note.

I Guess I Was Lost is Eric Dwight’s Single Out Now

It’s evident right from the start that you’re in the presence of a talented and refined songwriter.

One of the standout aspects of this song is its depth of meaning. “I Guess I Was Lost” is more than just a catchy tune; it’s a heartfelt ballad that delves into genuine emotions and experiences.

Eric Dwight’s lyrics resonate deeply, and his storytelling ability shines through.

What truly sets this track apart is Eric’s sincere and honest interpretation.

When he sings, you can’t help but believe in him. His performance is filled with genuine passion, and it’s evident that he pours his heart and soul into every note.

This authenticity is a rare find in today’s music scene, and it’s what makes “I Guess I Was Lost” so special.

The chord progression and melody in the song are meticulously crafted, showcasing Eric Dwight’s musical prowess.

The progression complements the emotional journey of the lyrics, and the melody is both catchy and inspiring, making it easy for the audience to connect with the song on multiple levels.

I Guess I Was Lost is Eric Dwight’s Single Out Now!


I Guess I Was Lost is Eric Dwight’s Single Out Now

Everyone has a sad story to tell. Is mine different? Well, it’s not and that’s why it matters. My brother fell victim to opioid abuse in 2014 but I didn’t write a note about it until last year. It was the final piece of the healing timeline for me, For what it’s worth to a casual Spotifyuser I can say that music helped me finally move on… That’s worth something. Side one chronicles what many people experience after a huge lose – a descent into deep, raw, grief. With an addiction death there’s other layers to unpack… like guilt, anger, confusion, and “what if I had only?”

If you’ve been there I’m hoping this will hit home, and if you haven’t you might still understand better. Side two embraces the light at the end of the grief tunnel. There’s songs about joy, fun, Jesus, Lana Del Rey, and a few old-school rock ballads. Life came back to me (thank God) and I wanted to express that positivity. So please enjoy the melodies, harmonies, piano, guitar, mandolin, and exactly one tuba solo. Then please visit my website for more history of this album. 🙂 www.ericdwight.com


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