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The Great Depression

by My Sweet Distraction

This is a record of my journey through depression, but it's not depressing to listen to. Mainly, it's about my need to be loved.
Genre: Pop: Pop/Rock
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1. Waking Up Dead (intro)
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2. Sometimes You See
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3. Questions
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4. Thin Men
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5. I Want To Know
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6. Autumn
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7. Going Insane
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8. Welcome To Christmas Time
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9. You Changed Your Number
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10. What We Had
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11. Waking Up Dead
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Album Notes
Some time ago I registered the domain name "I love and I live". I believe that short statement represents the core value waiting at the root of human existence. What are we without love? What life do we have without it? I have spent most of my life in fear. That is not a life lived. Now, I open myself up to the limitless possibilities of love.

Love and fear. Two extremes. Two realities.

Music has always been important to me but was cut from me like a limb detached. I willingly watched as the surgeon methodically went about his business. Now I am allowing the universe to magically reattach the severed limb, one stitch at a time.

The Great Depression composes the first vital stitches.


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