Review: PATRICK & LEANNE’s ‘Poem in Three (Make Me Your Love Song)’.

It’s not every day you come across music that takes you back to the good old days while giving you something new and exciting. But that’s exactly what I found in PATRICK & LEANNE’s single “Poem in Three (Make Me Your Love Song)”. They’ve taken a fine poem by Peggy Schimmelman and turned it into a song that feels as comfortable as putting on a warm jacket in the cold winter wind.

Leanne’s vocal delivery is amazing – there’s a magic to her voice, a warmth and emotion that’s just perfect for the song’s lyrics. It’s like she’s pouring her soul into every word she sings, and it’s something you can feel right down to your bones.

Right off the bat, you’re drawn in by a masterfully crafted slide guitar pattern – a bit of a nod to the classic folk legends of yore. Then comes a slide guitar, weaving a tapestry of sound that feels both fresh and familiar. And just when you think you’ve got them pegged, they surprise you with even more magic; a Celtic-inspired fiddle solo that’s truly a thing of beauty.

What stands out about “Poem in Three (Make Me Your Love Song)” though, is the chemistry between PATRICK & LEANNE. There’s an authenticity there, a genuine blending of talents that creates a captivating performance. It’s a rare thing to see (and hear) these days.

PATRICK & LEANNE have created something special with “Poem in Three (Make Me Your Love Song)”. It’s got all the makings of a classic, and I’m excited to see where they go from here. If you’re looking for a new, exciting, AUTHENTIC track, you found it!






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