Cover art for Daniel Allan's song: Sentimental
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Daniel Allan
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Welcome to installment number four of the Drifter Series - where I pack up my backpack with my laptop, headphones, and a disposable camera and see where the day takes me. This is a special song. When I woke up to make this song, I had a weird inkling to go to my first apartment in LA; my friends still live there and I thought it would be a cool thing to come say hi and make a beat on the roof. What I didn’t realize is that one year ago - almost to the day - I moved to Los Angeles to pursue doing music full time. Making music and living here has been a dream of mine since I was a 16 year-old kid producing rap beats on my barely-functioning laptop. I’ve never really taken a moment to appreciate that, and this song felt like that moment to me. I put myself in the shoes of my teenage self and imagined what words of encouragement I could offer if I could go back in time. In writing the song I also realized that if you really love what you do, it will always be a dream. The winner of this NFT will receive: - The Ableton project file - The .wav file of the song - The .jpeg artwork - All 25 disposable pictures taken - An exclusive alternate version of the song Lyrics: Maybe it’s okay to make believe I used to think about it in my sleep oh no 365 of living in a dream I used to think about it I know the chips fall where they’re fallin But I’ll keep doing me Maybe it’s okay to make believe Yeah I still think about it in my sleep
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May 19, 2021

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