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Song that best expresses how you feel today


Heather Shay

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Our band will be working on this version over the winter to add to our show

 

 

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I cry every time I heard this song - what emotion - what words - what a feeling... I get quivers..............

 

 

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I feel kind of TALKING HEADS TODAY

 

 

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I can across this sweet version of a beautiful song......

 

 

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I heard this today and cried - I believe the lyrics go for ALL of us trans people no matter where you identify on the spectrum.

 

 

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@Shay I agree, it's a great song, I loved it.  Made me want to put my producer hat on again and add a few tracks to fill it out.   It could be made even more emotional with just a few tweaks.  Who was the original artist?

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I'm in a weird space today.... Maybe Bowie can help

 

 

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"Child of (a trans) Vision"?

"Well who do you think you're foolin'?
You say you're having fun
But you're busy going nowhere
Just lying in the sun"

"You tried to be a hero
Commit the perfect crime
But the dollar got you dancing
And you're running out of time
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My all time fav Roger Hodgson song

 

 

 

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I now see this as a trans survival song

 

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Just how I feel today...................... ?

 

 

 

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This song just keeps coming into my head the past week and this morning again - had to revisit and remember..............

 

 

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You're no pretender!   You're the real deal!  

 

...And don't you forget it!  

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Memories......................

 

 

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Listening to Tangerine Dream Underwater Sunlight.  Drifting away at times but at the same time using it as an escape.

 

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4 hours ago, Carolyn Marie said:

"This Land is Your Land" by Woody Guthrie

Thank you.  Most apropos.

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