"Conversa Fiada" - Debut single by Luiza Girardello
I was craving connection, but when I'd meet with people it didn't feel very deep. We'd end up talking about the weather. So Conversa Fiada is exactly that, I sing the first two verses in first person as someone fed up with these conversations about whether it will rain or not. But in the third verse the tone changes as the lyrics go "I wanna see your demons/All of your trauma, so it washes the soul/Even if it lasts for a thousand years" (Quero ver os teus demônios/Todo teu trauma, que lave a alma/Mesmo que dure por milênios ).
The chorus is a play on the sound of words. I chose words that have the same number of syllables to be able to sing it very rhythmically. If you check out my songwriting notebook there's an entire page with rejected candidates, it's a mess! The words may seem like a random list if you listen casually, but they are a list of subjects that are either taboo or absurd or plainly ridiculous to talk about to someone who you've just met."
Previously on Section 36: "Luiza Girardello Visits Section 36 Music!"