“I think most of the songs I’ve written do come from personal experiences and that’s the only way I know how to write.”
“I was Googling poems online. I was on Pinterest looking up quotes and just thinking I could read a phrase,” she said.
“He’s heard a couple songs. His response to, I think it was, ‘Marry You’ was, ‘Wow. You really just put it all out there,'” Prettyman confessed.
The singer-songwriter reveals her nerves of making the record so specific to phone calls and emails and conversations with her ex.
Sometimes things fall apart for something better to fall together, and that’s exactly what happened for Tristan Prettyman.
Fascinated by being in the presence of someone that makes your heart skip a beat, the singer learned from her own mistakes while writing the song.