A young, handsome man strumming an acoustic guitar, his daughter sitting beside him, taking her turns on every other verse. The song is by a band you probably have never heard of, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros. It’s got a catchy little hook, a great whistle intro and a chorus – “home is wherever I’m with you” – that wouldn’t make you stop and think, unless you knew Jorge and Alexa. Unless you knew that he’s a full-time student, 24, and recently split with Alexa and her sister’s mom. You wouldn’t pay attention unless you knew that he sings the song to his daughter every night as a way of helping her deal with the pain of her mom and dad splitting up, to help her deal with having two homes. You wouldn’t think much of it unless you talked to Jorge. Read the full critique go here.
Original video. Cool song