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It is no secret here that I have been facing demons lately,

and realized it was time to move on. So I picked this song for todays,

What am I listening to today.

LM, on the mends❤️   


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Well, last night, I went to see the 2 surviving Monkees on their farewell tour. Front and center orchestra seat on stubhub for 12 bucks, just two bucks more than parking. 

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I love this band and wanted to share.



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Needed some happy songs this morning



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Inspiration for a Monday morning.....


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It's tacky but I can't stop listening to it. Pure powerpop. I even tried programming a version of it myself, just to see if I could get that sound. And Marina says it's satire, so that absolves me a little.



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2 albums I bought because I loved the covers 



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  Got to admit the King Crimson cover art is awesome!!  A great album too.

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King Crimson is one band I listed to a lot . That particular album was very good.

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The King Crimson right up there on my shortlist ✌️

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King Crimson, I love this album.



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Right now I got an old alum on. She has always been my go to.



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I absolutely LOVE this song. It’s my newest favorite so I had to share. Yes, it’s from a Christian perspective but the words apply so much to my life as an older trans woman and the difficulties and shame I endured through my life and then finally overcoming it all.





Look what you've done

How could you fall so far

You should be ashamed of yourself

So I was ashamed of myself


The lies I believed

They got some roots that run deep

I let em take a hold of my life

I let em take control of my life


Standing in Your presence Lord

I can feel You diggin' all the roots up

I can feel Ya healin' all my wounds up

All I can say is hallelujah


Look what You've done

Look what You've done in me

You spoke Your truth into the lies

I let my heart believe Look at me now

Look how You made me new

The enemy did everything that he could do

Oh but look what You've done


Suddenly all the shame is gone

I thought I was too broken, now I see

You were breaking new ground inside of me


Standing in Your presence Lord I can feel

You diggin' all the roots up I can feel

Ya healin' all my wounds up

All I can say is hallelujah


Look what You've done

Look what You've done in me

You spoke Your truth into the lies I let my heart believe

Look at me now

Look how You made me new

The enemy did everything that he could do

Oh but look what You've done


On the cross, in a grave

With a stone, rolled away

All my debt, it was paid

Look what you've done


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@Susan R Yes, that one reminds me of this song: Lauren Daigle's tune —

"You Say." Inspirational without being dogmatic. Great singer, too.


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This year's Foodstock will feature the music of.....


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Probably my favorite 2 Todd Songs and he mentioned Black Maria in a recent interview in Goldmine.....


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To listen and to watch: Music for the eyes, too.

Rhythmic Gymnastics Group Final | Rio 2016 Replays

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