When I sit down to write a song I’m not like, okay, I’m going to start out kind of dark and then let it evolve into a bit of hope. But I think that’s indicative of my personality a little bit. There’s just this underlying darkness, but somewhere there’s hope. When I think about my favorite songwriters or even my favorite movies, there’s always a bit of hope. Even in the darkest of stories you sort of see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Jenny Lewis

When I sit down to write a song I’m not like, okay, I’m going to start out kind of dark and then let it evolve into a bit of hope. But I think that’s indicative of my personality a little bit. There’s just this underlying darkness, but somewhere there’s hope. When I think about my favorite songwriters or even my favorite movies, there’s always a bit of hope. Even in the darkest of stories you sort of see the light at the end of the tunnel.

Jenny Lewis

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