May sound stupid, but I'm intrigued as to what you would say your song "The Rhine" is about.
I adore your music and find that when I know the meaning of songs, it makes it that more beautiful. Just curious :)
I actually wrote it more literally about the river and feeling an intense connectedness to humanity. At the time, I was in Germany and a person I loved was in a very serious car accident. Definitely intentionally left vague and poetic, up for interpretation.
Hey Corey! Your songs have really touched me and blessed my life. Rosanna is one of the most beautiful pieces of music that I have ever had the oppurtuinty to hear. It had gotten me through hard times. I am sure it has a lot of personal meaning that you won't want to share, but could you just give a short explanation of it's meaning or the origin of the idea?Corey Kilgannon responded on 10/16/2017 Next question
So, I discovered your music literally 24 hours ago. Hospital hymns came onto my sleep playlist radio and I immediately clicked on your name to hear more. I'm very sick and have been up all night, listening to your music. I might be exhausted, sick and delirious but my goodness your lyricism is like nothing I've ever heard. After reading some questions I've gathered that you had experiences in a mega church and that's the culture I grew up in too. I feel so much relief to hear you discussing this god in an honest and even trivialized way. It's a breath of fresh air - the uncertainty of it. I sent your music to my dad, who still is a part of the mega church. I'm hoping this can open up some discussion.
Anyways, I've rambled on for long enough. But you're amazing and you have a new fan in me! I'm at school in Halifax Nova Scotia and home is Ottawa Ontario (both in Canada). I might die of happiness if you toured here:)
I also realize there's no question here. Ha.