Pretty Persian Girl | Book One

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Book One

by Pretty Persian Girl

Girl singer, big drums, real instruments, no auto-tune!
Genre: Pop: Quirky
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2. The One
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3. What If
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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My name is Nava and I guess this is where I’m supposed to talk about myself. Not something I enjoy!

Ironic since I’m a singer. Well, I guess I could tell you that I’ve been writing songs since I was knee high, but you’ve probably heard that before. Or I could tell you that I went to university, but that I really studied the world around me. I’m sure you’ve heard that one too. But my reality is this. Hmh, now that I think about it I’m not sure how to pen my thoughts. I guess the simplest way to say it is this.

The world troubles me! Grrr…

I walk down the street or turn on my Busyboo and everything that I see makes me want to scream. My father is Persian and my mother is Filipino, so I guess that makes me bi-racial. What does that mean? It means that I have seen a lot of diversity in my young life. And I don’t know how anyone can live in the world and not be greatly worried about what might happen to us all. I don’t know how to fix the world, but I do know how to write songs and I hope my songs make the world a better place. I know that sounds naïve, but a girl can dream. ♥♥♥


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