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Had to share this one as I discover who's behind the door...

 

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This song does it for me

 

 

Kyrie

Kyrie Eleison
Kyrie Eleison
Kyrie
The wind blows hard against this mountain side
Across the sea into my soul
It reaches into where I cannot hide
Setting my feet upon the road
My heart is old, it holds my memories
My body burns a gemlike flame
Somewhere between the soul and soft machine
Is where I find myself again
Kyrie Eleison, down the road that I must travel
Kyrie Eleison, through the darkness of the night
Kyrie Eleison, where I'm going, will you follow?
Kyrie Eleison, on a highway in the light
When I was young I thought of growing old
Of what my life would mean to me
Would I have followed down my chosen road
Or only wished what I could be?
Kyrie Eleison, down the road that I must travel
Kyrie Eleison, through the darkness of the night
Kyrie Eleison, where I'm going, will you follow?
Kyrie Eleison, on a highway in the light
Kyrie Eleison, down the road that I must travel
Kyrie Eleison, through the darkness of the night
Kyrie Eleison, where I'm going, will you follow?
Kyrie Eleison, on a highway in the light
Kyrie Eleison, down the road that I must travel
Kyrie Eleison, through the darkness of the night
Kyrie Eleison, where I'm going, will you follow?
Kyrie Eleison, on a highway in the light
Kyrie Eleison, down the road that I must travel
Kyrie Eleison, through the darkness of the night
Kyrie Eleison, where I'm going, will you follow?
Kyrie Eleison, on a highway in the light
Kyrie Eleison, down the road that I must travel
Kyrie Eleison, through the darkness of the night
Kyrie Eleison, where I'm going, will you follow?
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Heather Nicole

Mr. Mister is fantastic. Kyrie and especially Broken Wings have always been among my absolute favorite songs.

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Heather Nicole

Not really a song, but when I finally got around to watching Ralph Breaks The Internet last night (adorable movie), it occurred to me: The Little Mermaid is a very, very trans story. She wants to be a human girl and goes through hardships to finally achieve her transformation.

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JillPilled

hmm, not sure ENTIRELY this song I have is entirely about being trans--but for a while throughout trying to find a sense of support/love the message of it relating to relationships or desire definitely was something I listened to A LOT to find one with a tone that resonated with me during the harsher moments of my transition. I can't explain it, but a lot of Boa's music has a quality to it of melancholy and the lead-singer, Jasmine Rodgers, who she sings about ways we deal with isolation. The acoustic-version of this song, specifically, is so incredible too--I'd highly recommend checking them out. They also featured heavily (though existed well before, mind) the anime Serial Experiments Lain which is also quite good as a late-90s anime:

 

 

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@Heather Nicole the little mermaid... Never thought of it as a trans story but I LIKE IT.

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This feels so me this morning- yes it feels trans to me

 

 

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Change the word in the lyrics to woman from man..............

 

 

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@Abi this is worth reposting.

I don't know why your link didn't embed. 

Just what I needed to hear.

 

 

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Thanks @Ann W. I am sad that my videos are not loading like everyone else's. I don't get it. I haven't changed anything.

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