A viral love letter/song (90,000 You Tube views in the first 48 hours). Director/Editor Walter May recruited his roommates to put together this YouTube love letter/song for his girlfriend who had moved away to go to college. He and his friends from the music group, The Daylights, made the song and video in secret. Walter May wanted to see if through social media she would get his message of love for her.
“The video was created by a good friend of ours who was making a viral video & needed help with a song for it & thus "I Hope This Gets to You" was born!” – The Daylights via Facebook.
The song and video are
intended for Walter May’s girlfriend from him. Although Walter May helped write the lyrics, the person singing the vocals of the song
is not Walter May. The interesting thing to me is what is in the reversals. It appears the vocalist has a love interest for her
too. It would seem, based upon the reversals, the title can have a double meaning.
It would seem, based upon the reversals, the title can have a double meaning.
Brackets [ ] indicate where
the reversal occurs. Click on the mp3 to hear the reversal.
Brackets [ ] indicate where the reversal occurs. Click on the mp3 to hear the reversal.
I've been searching for a couple words that could grow wings and [fly like birds, and 'course I] know…
...[sounds absurd, but when you're in love all the lines get] blurred.
I hope this, I hope this gets to you.
I knew I found [what I was looking for sittin' In]dian style on the kitchen floor.