If it’s true that novelists write themselves, then it seems logical to think singer/songwriters sing themselves. And if that’s the case, then what does Sunshine say about Tim Pepper.
Tim is known for being thoughtful, which can be interpreted in many different ways. Some positive. Some not so positive, but that may be an accurate descriptor. Sunshine reflects both sides of the coin.
In Sunshine, Tim thinks and feels. He reflects and fumes. There’s nothing static. He isn’t eternally pessimistic or optomistic.
But I wouldn’t dismiss the song as just another boring dose of realism. It isn’t flat. It’s a little up and a little down, and it ends on an upbeat note. It moves honestly.
The song isn’t long, but it’s lots of fun and the tune is really catchy too. Enjoy!
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