Paola Bennet Brings The Warmth This Holiday Season With ‘Christmas Will Work It Out’.
December is now upon us which means Christmas is fast approaching. Like a bullet train, it’s coming at us quickly like nobody’s business. Which is good because it’s time to reunite again with family and friends. Most importantly it’s a gathering for Christians and the rest of the world in celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Not to mention, it also kicks off the countdown to a new year (2023 here we come!).
Amidst all this cheer is the temptation to get into a rush forgetting that we need to take things slow too. Thus taking for granted the small moments and the people that come with it. It’s an unfortunate sight and a harsh reality we live with. A topic expertly tackled by Paola Bennet’s latest single entitled “Christmas Will Work It Out.”. Released November 18th, it’s a Holiday song and an intimate portrait of a relationship turning to shambles. The heart breaking part here is it’s the one she has with herself, as if she’s about to fall off a cliff. As the lyrics would say “My god, it’s been the longest year. Just trying not to disappear.”. To add to that, we also get that sense of immense sorrow she feels when she says “It feels somehow wrong to complain. So I smile and drink my glass empty.”
Despite the melancholy that fills this track whether through its angelic vocals, heartfelt lyrics and instrumentation. What’s so mesmerizing is that theres still light at the end of the tunnel. No matter how gloomy things may be at the moment, there’s hope that “Christmas Will Work It Out”. It may not be a complete erasure of the pain felt, rather it could be a start of the healing process. A rehabilitation of a once broken mind, body and soul that’s been through a lot the entire year.
So if you want a somber and a down to earth Holiday tune to fill your room, then give Paola Bennet’s “Christmas Will Work It Out” a try. It’s a realistic view at how most of us feel during Christmas and a reminder that we should love ourselves too just like how we do with other people. A warm hug that says “hang in there” because things will eventually get better.
Happy Holidays friends!