Sean McConnell Remembers the Good Times In “Holy Days”

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What wouldn’t any of us give to go back to that magical moment of our youth?

You know the one I’m talking about.

Maybe it was the first taste of love, of life, or of loss — this is the kind of moment that takes center stage in Sean McConnell’s “Holy Days.”

Tension and angst fill this romantic retrospective on the good times gone by, that special moment in life and in love you know you may never have again.

There is something sacred about youth and McConnell captures it with his perfectly crafted story and lyrics.

Boy and girl meet, run away together, grow apart and run away again. Magic like that can’t last forever — even though we want it to. McConnell is right. All we have is the snapshot in our minds.

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