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My View

by Jason Sees

A collection of thought provoking songs aimed at repairing the damage caused by a world that has no interest in caring for people who need it.
Genre: Rock: Acoustic
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1. Crashing Down
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3:59 album only
2. Looking Down
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5:23 album only
3. The Little Things
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6:16 album only
4. Morals and Themes
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4:06 album only
5. My View
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6:20 album only
6. Please
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5:29 album only
7. Grey (Your Decisions)
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8. In Your Shade
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9. Big Timber
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10. Just One Taste
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11. Tired
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
A pilot in the United States Air Force, Jason Sees, has taken his experiences gained while deployed to various war torn regions all over the world and turned them into motivational tools to write songs which can be felt and heard by anyone who is dealing with separation from loves ones, challenging times, and trying environments. As the world gets smaller we seem to get ever further away from the things that we value the most in life. "My View", Jason's first full studio album, tackles this challenge head on. In an attempt to connect with and temper these challenges by showing people they are not alone in there struggles.


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