Jamie Dupuis “Breathes” New Life Into This Pink Floyd Classic With Magnificent Harp Guitar Cover!

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I got chills from this!

If the second track off of Pink Floyd’s 1973 album The Dark Side of the Moon, doesn’t give you chills, you might not be human. “Breathe” is one of the best ways to kick off an album, as it really sets the mood for the entire album! We can almost guarantee that the first time everyone heard this tune, they got major chills!

If you thought this song couldn’t get any better, well, you were wrong! Because YouTuber Jamie Dupuis covered this classic tune on a harp guitar, and it takes everything about it to the next level! This version is so beautiful. It’s relaxing, and Jamie reworks it into something you can basically meditate to.

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Fun Fact: This song is about an older man speaking to a baby, telling it to breathe. The old man then describes the unfortunate working life the baby will have to face: “Run, rabbit, run. Dig that hole, forget the sun.” The song implies that we need to overcome these messages and do what inspires us.

Check out the gorgeous rendition down below, and let us know what you think!

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