Spaceship

Album: The Good Parts (2017)
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  • Andy Grammer sang this song to his baby girl Louisiana before she was born: "That's like, the best bridge I've ever written, which is comparing to the womb - which is the world before this world - and wherever you go when you die as the place after," he told Billboard. "As I was singing into the womb to try and let Louie know that she was coming to someone that loves her, I imagined, while I was singing to her, 'Ah, I wonder whether my mom is doing that to me from wherever she's at?' She passed away. But that's such a cool idea."
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