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Watch: Nathan Pacheco’s cover of ‘Make You Feel My Love’ is like a soothing lullaby

Nathan Pacheco sings 'Make You Feel My Love'
Nathan Pacheco's thoughtful approach to this well-loved 90s tune is as refreshing as it is soothing.
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Nathan Pacheco is a Latter-day Saint professional singer known for his rich tenor voice, but did you know he also plays the guitar? Not only will his thoughtful rendition of “Make You Feel My Love” leave you wanting to hit repeat, but you’ll also be treated to the sweet strums of Nathan’s guitar alongside the lines of cello, violin, and piano accompaniment.

Since Bob Dylan released “Make You Feel My Love” in 1997, well-known artists have sung the popular 90s folk-rock tune for the masses, but Nathan’s version feels personal; his special arrangement really makes the piece all his own. Nathan takes a soft approach to the song, making lyrics like “When the evening shadows and the stars appear, And there is no one there to dry your tears, I could hold you for a million years, To make you feel my love,” feel like a gentle lullaby.

Watch the full video in the player below.

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