JoshuaRadinThe greatest songs deeply connect to our mind, body, and soul.   Indie singer/songwriter, Joshua Radin, recalls a friend’s son who was so distraught after the tragic devastation after Hurricane Katrina, that the young boy couldn’t sleep at night.  Joshua wrote this song for him.   The song is fittingly, sometimes called Will’s Lullaby.   It’s a beautiful reminder of love, hope, and cherishing the life we have.




Way down, in New York town
Thinking about the way she loved me
There’s a hole in my pocket
That’s about her size
But I think everything
Is gonna be alright
Yes I hope everything
Is gonna be alright

The smiling face, straight in LA
The gifts are found at the bar
But I wish my car
Could drive to her tonight
Then I’d know everything
Is gonna be alright
Yes then I’d know
It’ll be alright

The rain in New Orleans, forgot to end
But the mouths of the people are dry
And we watch and wait
And do nothing but sigh
And hope everything
Is gonna turn alright
But I don’t know
If it’ll be alright

But I look at you, warm in your dream
While your mobile dances above
And I think to myself
It’s a beautiful night
And I know everything
Is gonna be alright
Yes now I know
It’ll be alright