Your Call (song)
|Single by Secondhand Serenade|
|Released||December 5, 2008|
|Secondhand Serenade singles chronology|
"Your Call" is a song by Secondhand Serenade, the solo project of John Vesely. It did not become a single when it was in the album Awake. It later became the second single from Secondhand Serenade's second studio album A Twist in My Story. The video of the song was released on December 5, 2008, that could be viewed on the FNMTV website. In the video, the music of the song was the Radio Version, not the original music from his second album.
The music video was directed by Ryan Rickett.
It starts featuring Vesely singing at a normal stage in a suit with an acoustic guitar. As he sings, the stage starts to expand and random object began appearing throughout the stage that now looks like a playhouse that contains objects from a house and, outside, a tree with a swing. He walks toward the house, taking off his guitar, and through a window he stares at a woman sitting in the swing. He then, starts to walk away and toward, it seems, the ruins of an old city where people are just walking around. He starts to look around until he notices the woman and starts to walk toward her, singing, but the woman didn't see him and turns around to enter a tunnel. Vesely quickly walks into the tunnel, too, trying to follow her.
He starts to run to follow her as he gets more and more nervous that she might leave. Then he walks away from the tunnel, and a giant tree with women singing as the choir, appears behind him, as he tries desperately to express his love for the woman so she will finally look at him. At the end, the woman finally turns around to stare at him, leaving the possibility that they will be together now.
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