Maya Barnes

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This song is about a new promising love and the feeling it causes. It has a play on drums and the drumming of one's heart when they're in love. It focuses on the hope of a future filled with this type of feeling all the time.
This is a song about trust and love and how they go hand in hand. The speaker of this song is doubtful in love, she needs assurance in order to open up and let what she thinks is happening happen. She doesn't need more heartbreak at this point in her life. So she's being real and asking the necessary and deep questions of love in the attempt to warn him off if he isn't the type that she is.
In this song, the title is the main topic at hand. Basically speaking on what 'one day' entitles, looking towards the future. Whether it's a desire or goal to accomplish, it's one that the speaker knows the person they're referring to needs to happen in order to feel free and to break away from current circumstance. It talks about barriers and taking it one day at a time, but the fear of never making it. However, there's a hopeful tone throughout the song as though the speaker is giving advice and has the confidence in them to instill hope that they will get there 'one day'.
These lyrics are as much a poem as a song, from first just referencing trees and the atmosphere they provide to giving multiple metaphors actually connecting oneself to a tree. It speaks basically about change and how, just like trees, there's different seasons of change that we go through that can strip us of our leaves and make us bear. But when it goes from a general first-person perspective to the speaker talking about someone else, love is introduced. It goes on then to speak about how when we are blessed to have the right type of love by our side, it reminds us of our strength and aids us in conquering those really hard seasons that we all must endure.