Then when Hunter offers to take a request, she practically dares him to learn “Sweet Child O’ Mine.” He’s momentarily stressed because the thought of playing that on his saxophone is tough, but he’s not one to back down from a challenge.
Beyond that, there are three songs that appear in the story that have meaning for the characters: “Bad Reputation” is Sydney’s go-to song whenever she’s angry or upset. It also reveals how she wants to see herself.
At one practice, Sydney comes to Hunter’s house and hears him playing a song through the door. It’s “Let Her Go.” When she asks what it is, he sings part of it and she gets a little irritated that not only can he play almost any instrument he touches, but he can sing too.
Finally, “Have a Little Faith in Me,” is a song that Hunter plays at the jazz club. He then plays it for Sydney. It acts more like a request from him than a song for enjoyment.
And the saxophone instrumental –
Sydney Peters can’t wait to finally drop the cymbals in marching band and devote
time to her true love: drums. With the semester coming to a close, she’s blocking out the cacophony during practice, especially sax serenades from Hunter Reed. But when Hunter offers her a paid gig as a drummer in his band, Sydney quickly changes her tune. The two favor different styles, but they make beautiful music together…in more ways than one.
find out if she kisses like she plays. What he doesn’t anticipate, however, is falling so hard. But will the repercussions of his past crash down on his chance at something real?