Your Inspirational Song of the Week
March 3 - March 9, 2020
It Might Be You
Through the Window
Performed by Désirée Goyette
Music by Dave Grusin
Lyrics by Marilyn and Alan Bergman
Listen to the Music!
This week, we’re going to the movies with Désirée Goyette’s cover of It Might Be You, which was originally composed by Dave Grusin with lyrics by Marilyn and Alan Bergman and performed by Stephen Bishop as the theme song for the 1982 Dustin Hoffman film Tootsie. Désirée’s version remains close to the original while still showcasing her excellent musicianship, employing lushly layered contemporary pop instrumentation with just a tinge of jazz. It is from her album Through the Window, a contemporary jazz/pop collection featuring songs penned through the years by Désirée Goyette & Ed Bogas along with two covers. Through the Window is a musical scrapbook chronicling dreams of dancing beyond comfort zones, choosing freedom over attachment, the various faces and phases of human love and personal ego, and the recognition that who we truly are is more than enough.
About the Artist
Twice Grammy-nominated composer, arranger, vocalist, inspirational speaker, and voice-over actor, Désirée Goyette, is best known for her work on the Garfield and Peanuts animated television shows. She has been featured in numerous television specials, and also appeared for two years as co-host with Rich Little on the internationally syndicated The New You Asked For It Show.
Alongside sold-out appearances from Carnegie Hall to cabaret, Désirée is deeply rooted in the writing and performing of Inspirational Music. Founder of Lightchild Publishing, Désirée serves as Music Director for Unity Center in Marin, as well a consultant for various cross-denominational music projects. Désirée’s work has been published in the 2017 Christian Science Hymnal.
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"...Every note was perfection!" —The Broadway Critic, San Francisco, CA