Jorian Clair | Proceed with Caution - Single

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Proceed with Caution - Single

by Jorian Clair

This is the song of a woman who has finally given up on love because she has found it to be a make believe world that shatters when pretend collides with reality.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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The blind singer/songwriter, Jorian Clair, believes that most people have such a longing to love and be loved that they frequently fall in to the trap of believing that if they love someone that person is sure to love them back. In a real rather than an idealized world this is often not the case. Most people emerge from the rubble of decimated relationships prepared to lick their wounds and start all over again. But there are some who decide that the pain just isn’t worth it anymore.
Jorian uses a lively, jazz-blues melody as a counterpoint to the dark story of a woman who has decided that her failure in love relationships has been caused by her tendency toward pretend and make believe. But writing the end to such an integral part of human nature may be harder to do than she thinks. (Music co-written with John Belzaguy and played by him on bass with pianist Rich Eames and drummer Jon Stuart.)


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