Theodore A Henning II | I Want to Dream in Color Not This Black and Blue

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I Want to Dream in Color Not This Black and Blue

by Theodore A Henning II

Emotional upheaval in abusive relationships is the unseen scar on the abused one's heart. This song captures that longing, desparate desire to break away and be free. Yet, how do you end what you love in order to escape what you hate?
Genre: Urban/R&B: Contemporary urban
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Domestic violence has plagued human society since the Stone Age. With the emergence of the computer age and the internet, awareness of this destructive evil has increased. However, the plight of the abused always needs be shouted from the rooftops. Today there are many help and service organizations that shoulder those in need. Using a musical platform to further broadcast awareness, Theodore has attempted to capture the tortured, emotional conflict that goes on in the mind and heart of the abused individual, especially women who statistically rank highest in the class of abused/victimized human beings. It is his hope that these abused people will triumph, empowered by the knowlege that they do not have to face such real life challenges alone. There is hope.


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