Regina Spektor

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Music has always had a special place in my song and in my time of need it is the only thing that has not abandoned me. I was in search of a song to help me out of my rut. It did not take me long to find the right song. I have heard of Regina Spektor in the past but never really gave her a second thought.

This song i heard today called “Fidelity” hit home at this time. Her voice is so beautiful and the lyrics strike a chord in my soul. In the song she has a happy ending (or what it seems like to me).Unfortunately I am not able to get one of those but I can still enjoy the music.

"And suppose I never ever met you
Suppose we never fell in love
Suppose I never ever let you kiss me so sweet and so soft
Suppose I never ever saw you
Suppose we never ever called
Suppose I kept on singing love songs just to break my own fall
Just to break my fall
Just to break my fall
Break my fall
Break my fall"

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