Sonia Lee | Chance To Start Over

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Chance To Start Over

by Sonia Lee

Anyone who has ever needed a chance to start over will find hope and inspiration in Sonia's newest CD. Her lovely, ethereal voice and laid back arrangements featuring mostly acoustic instrumentation will soothe the soul for anyone needing it.
Genre: Folk: Modern Folk
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1. Chance to Start Over
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2. God's Time, Not Mine
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3. Let Me Lean On Your Love
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4. Trouble
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5. Wild Flowers in the Grass
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6. The Woman I Meant to Be
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7. Finish Line
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8. God Shaped Hole (in My Heart)
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9. Everywhere I Go (there I Am)
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10. Trail of Light
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11. I Still Miss You
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12. God's Been Good to Me
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Sonia is someone who, one day at a time, has won the battle of alcoholism, and is grateful for it. Living in Nashville, TN, she has put together a collection of songs that reflect her journey in recovery. Although her experience is with alcohol, "Chance To Start Over's" message transcends into many areas of life, and would bring peace to anyone who has ever had to overcome a great challenge in life...which is just about anyone.

"Anyone who has ever needed a chance to start over will find hope and inspiration in Sonia's newest CD."
-SunlightOfTheSpiritMusic.com
Nashville, TN

"Sonia's new CD, Chance to Start Over, is full of messages of peace, hope and metamorphosis. Sonia intimately speaks of the multitude of emotions that one goes through when moving through a life changing transformation - grief, fear, faith, joy and ultimately a new found sense of
peace. Her beautifully written songs leave you feeling inspired and wanting to hear more."
-Debbie Carroll
MusiCares, Executive Director
Nashville, TN


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Timothy Yap

A "Chance" Worth Taking
On her new disc Sonia Lee has a triumphant story to tell. After years of wrestling with the demons of alcogolism, she has come around free from the shackles of the oppressive prowess of the aqua vitae. Needless to say, her arduous ordeal is reflected in this mostly self-composed corpus. Abetted by an understated and acoustically folk-like underpinings, Sonia tells her stories without reservation or fan fare. Rather, with her girlish yet pristine vocals, she sings each note with a limpid honesty. On the title track, for instance, she reflects: “I was chasing my dreams with each drink that went down/It’s like chasing a train that’s miles out of town.” Corollary to her struggles are also her spiritual confessions of dependence on God. To this end, “Let Me Lean on Your Love,” “God Shaped Hole,” and “God’s Time, Not Mine” are devotional musings that feed the soul. Also, noteworthy is Lee’s cover of Keith Urban’s “God’s Been Good to Me.” Eskewing Urban’s rockish glitter, Lee’s version is down home with an almost bluegrassy feel, making this testimony of faith even more compelling and engaging. All in all, this is more than just your average flare of country music. This is music that inspires; music that offers a second chance after failure. In short, this is music that matters.