Fergie Ferg is a fun loving artist that knows how to make you get out on the dance floor and have a good time. Her music will easily have you shaking your lady lumps across the London bridge screaming that your Fergalicious, but not all of her songs are centered around a party.
Stacy Ann has a calmer, more reflective side that moves cautiously when it comes to matters of the heart. "Finally" is one such song that allows us to listen to words from her heart, mind, body and soul. Let's take a look inside!
From the first few strokes of the piano, you know it's going to be a powerful song. No loud drums, no Will-I
-Am talking about "Dirty Bit" and definitely no shiny suits. Just Fergie and the piano man, plus a few strings thrown in here and there, but you get the point. She takes the song from the approach of a young naive woman at the beginning of serious relationship who grows into a mature woman ready to connect with her soul mate.
Can you think of anything more beautiful than that? It's okay, I'll give you a minute, maybe even three.
Fergie is bold to admit that some women grow up believing in that fairy tale of Prince Charming coming to rescue them from the perils of life. She is also confident in stating that maturity comes with life experience. This is something that rings true for both men and women. Have you ever had the "perfect" relationship or opportunity hit you in the face, but you dropped the ball because you didn't know how to handle the situation. It's happened to the best of us, there is no experience like learning from our own mistakes.
That's what it's always important to be aware of the experience factor in new and budding relationships. Too many people argue about simple things because they assume the other person has experienced it. In some situations this is the case, but when you have serious gaps in age or cultural background, it can make light-yrs of a difference. But when you get it all together and stars line up, relationships can be a beautiful thing.
"Knowing we'll have our differences"- Fergie(Finally)
I really like the line above because some people actually need it spelled out for them. You won't agree on everything in a relationship, but what your looking for is to have more in common than not. There is no need to mess up a perfectly good night because someone wants sushi and the other wants Waffle House. It may sound silly, but these things happen, people hang on to one idea and are not willing to compromise. Compromise is key in relationships, but just be sure that your integrity and morals are checked before doing something you may regret.
Fergie's voice has this seductive, experienced quality to it that just hits home when you listen. It's easy to tell when someone's singing a song and when their just singing a song. The sincerity definitely pours through in this amazing song, makes you say whoever that lucky guy is, "She's coming for him". I'd love to hear this song in person, Fergie's got one sweet set of pipes on her for sure. She's not an Adele or Aguilera, but she uses what she has to get her point across. I've got to say "Finally" and "Velvet" are two of her best songs on The Dutchess album.
What does the future hold for Fergie? Only time will tell, but until her next hit give "Finally" another listen, it's quality.
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