Reflect on missed chances with Cristina Noujaim’s “I Should’ve Said No”


The most recent song “I should’ve said no” by Christina Noujaim as put all her efforts to making sure that the various aspects of the song were well evaluated and executed with a lot of consideration and patiently after having worked on them for about 3 years. This helps to express a wide range of self aside from an already recognized figure.

The most striking thing about this song is the desire we feel along with the character. It has genres that mix so skillfully creating a trail, the listener is left only with the obvious, the song is a distinctive tool in communicating stories. The track seems to be about the imperfect of relationships among human beings and theoretically, one might have to face a negative outcome if you are not careful, therefore making it different and unique from all the songs out there.

Christina Noujaim

She manages excellently so that the lyrics are mostly to do with emotional drama. At each of these vocal depths together consequently which adds individual colorfulness heightens in making the listeners to leave into the mood of mind-retrospections.

Noujaim also revealed that the song reminds her of an emotional string of the song with the same indomitable truths about terrible realities of human relationships at heart. She creates this sentiment in her lyrics where the listeners are encouraged to examine their own feelings and experiences, which help to establish feelings of compassion and unity.

Collaborating with skilled artists like Liz Bissonette, Julia Adrian makes the work all the more deep and soulful, bringing a richness to it, making it not just a song but an art work.

Written by
Barbie Edonia


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