Danielle by UniversalDice from "birth, love, hate, death"

So far I've written about the first 6 songs of the rock opera where the two main characters were introduced and their backgrounds explained. They meet in the 5th song "My Hands Are Tied," where, at first, the young woman, Danielle, rejects the young man and he takes it poorly. However, she feels badly about the encounter and follows him to the roof of a building where she literally takes him off the ledge of the building in the next song, "Take Me Home."

In this 7th song, "Danielle," the young man sings about her in what sounds like a critical way but he's really just trying to understand her. No cliches here.

With this song, I like to think we own "Danielle" the way the Beatles own "Michelle and Elvis Costello owns "Allison." What do you think?

To hear it on Spotfy: https://open.spotify.com/embed/track/4G8Uxzs4IitM8qxrEVtPDq

To hear it on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZMkFpu4p4k0

To hear it on the UniversalDice webpage: http://www.universaldice.com/the_music/