Overall — 5⁄105⁄10
She’s the One is a dreamlike and emotional song that seems to revolve around love. It’s one of those songs that gives you goosebumps but at the same time, you know that you shouldn’t listen to it for too many times.
The song begins with a soothing pad, which is pleasant to listen to. Shortly after, the pad is followed by a piano and vocal that sounds mellow and isolated.
The first obvious thing you’ll notice is that the first few words almost initially give away what the song is about.
I never thought we would separate in two, if only I knew.
The intro is quite long and could make one wants to skip this part, but right when you’re about to click the mouse button, an explosion of sound is thrown right at you. There’s a lot going on in terms of track instruments. Drums, guitars, synth pad, vocal, they all seem to fill the spectrum nicely. Still, I wait for something more to happen in the pre-chorus. But then it dims back to a more mellow and isolated song again, which is a shame.
The bridge’s lyrics are very short but contains some powerful lyrics. I feel a lot of tension going on because I really want to hear the chorus. Like after the intro, again an explosion of sound is thrown at your ears and the spectrum is filled with instruments, background vocals and an electric guitar pad as an intro for the song.
According to the artist, there should’ve been lyrics at the end of She’s the One, but due to circumstances beyond his control, he was never able to record that part before he sent in the song for mixing.
She’s the One is a very dreamlike and emotional song that I think most people can relate to. It’s a very promising song that would have sounded better with a proper bass sound and a strong chorus.