I Use Music


Kathryn Jane​ shares her love of #music on the Word by Word​ #blog. Stop by and share your favorite songs/artists, we’d love to hear from you.

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In these times when the world is a mess, when I’m hardly able to write, when I can’t make daily trips to the ocean to get my world back in order and I’m not even painting much, the one thing I can still depend on is music.

Whether I need peace, need simple pleasure, need to wallow in self-pity, or need to boot my butt out of the chair and away from the computer, I can depend on music to do the job for me.

And I’m forever grateful to a wide range of artists–people, simple humans I have never met–who somehow manage to touch my soul.

Among a very long list of favorites are The Pentatonix, Il Divo, Streisand, Adele, Jennifer Nettles, Lady Gaga, Pink, Carole King, Bee Gees, Roberta Flack, Johnny Reid and many more.

Some of my favorite songs are: Hallelujah, Imagine, Believe, Stay

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9 thoughts on “I Use Music

      1. Somehow I prefer the classics. I don’t keep up with the new tunes, but it seems like even the pop music or country, the tunes were more melodic and unique. The new tunes done have distinct melody. More of just sounds to me. 🙂

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