We have all been there. A huge fight with your boyfriend, girlfriend, wife or husband, and now you’re not only in separate rooms, but you must take that walk of shame to the couch with your pillow in hand.
That’s the scenario that Greer Baxter’s new song ”Sleeping on the Couch” personifies. Taking inspiration off artists such as Regina Spector and Alanis Morisette, Greer urges couples not to let a fight come between them and drive them apart.
“I wrote this song about suddenly being at odds with the person you love and trying to make sense of it. We’ve all had a night sleeping on the couch and we wake up in the morning thinking: why would we let a fight keep us apart for the night? It’s about wanting to resolve it before falling asleep and wondering if the other person feels the same.”Greer Baxter
Sleeping On the Couch can be listened to here:
Greer Baxter’s career spans a very long time. She has been writing music and playing the piano from a young age and has written a plethora of songs about romance, relationships and heartbreak. Her natural talent for song writing pushed her to study poetry in college.
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