I've been having trouble sitting down with my gear to get this properly recorded. I decided that rather than waste other people's time, I would just do a quick phone capture of it (quick, HA! Three takes and I was still messing it up. Oh well, this version had the fewest mistakes). I hope to get back to it and record a more fully-instrumented version at some point.
If you would prefer just audio in an mp3 of the song, http://files.fawmers.com/5090_17/plainwhitetoast/plainwhitetoast-50902017-relighting.mp3
Till now, I had never done an instrumental morph. It was actually a bit more difficult than I anticipated. I used all of the same chords (or similar, probably simpler chords) as sph did, only I played them half as many times and combined the two main changes into one part. I decided that my 50% would be an intro and bridge ( a B part, really). I like the way the change works from the intro/bridge's D7 A into the sph influenced verse part, but I'm still not happy with the change going from the verse into the bridge. Really, I am mostly unhappy with the bridge. Since I haven't come up with anything better in two days, I'm going to let it stay.
One last bit of morphology is the title. I anagramed sph's 20 letter title and chose a 10 letter word (50%), "Delighting." That didn't fit with my mood, so I looked at the leftover letters and swapped out the 'd' for an 'r' to get "Relighting."
more info: What is a Morph Song? https://youtu.be/NwzlTMUP8zw
Please keep your comments respectful, honest, and constructive. Please focus on the song and not the demo.