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Published on June 30th, 2022 | by Dr. Jerry Doby


Review: ‘Before Tomorrow Comes’ by Ayrton Jimenez

British singer-songwriter Ayrton Jimenez has released the love ballad, “Before Tomorrow Comes.” The song will be enjoyed by anyone looking to listen to thought-provoking and complex lyrics sung over an array of flamenco guitars.

“Before Tomorrow Comes” both opens and closes with a mellow and relaxing prolonged acoustic flamenco guitar solo. In the beginning of the song, the guitar solo sets the tone for the rest of the song. Lyrically, the song opens with “Moonlight kisses the pavement/The wind speaks through the breeze.” In these lyrics, Ayrton Jimenez has found a way to personify the likes of moonlight and the wind. It also paints a picture in the minds of the listeners, who can now envision being surrounded by nature simply by listening to the song. Most notable about the verses is the fact that Ayrton Jimenez proves to be bilingual; he sings the first verse in English and the second verse in Spanish. 

The chorus is arguably one of the song’s highlights, including the lyric “Let’s savor the hours away from the crowd.” This lyric in particular gives the feeling of being content in temporary isolation from a busy setting and being surrounded by an only love interest. When combined with the guitars in the background, listeners will be able to simply sit back and relax while enjoying this song. 

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