Music

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For as long as I can remember, I have always been a music lover. My love for music didn’t fade as I got older, it just expanded.

In this section, you can click on the subtabs listed in this this header:
“Music That Helps Me in Healing” and “Songs About Narcissists.”

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8 Responses to Music

  1. I love this title! It’s so creative!

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  2. Geoff Smith says:

    The first song I wrote after 14 months of zero creativity following an abusive relationship was inspired by an extremely empathic person I met whilst busking:

    Little Soul Sister

    Verse 1

    Hey, little soul sister: I could’ve easily have missed you
    I was just passing by
    Hey, little soul sister: we could’ve missed by a whisker
    For the rest of our lives

    Chorus
    I have known you once before
    Maybe a thousand years before

    Verse 2

    And hey, there’ll come a time for singing: it’s a fine way of bringing
    Healing into the light

    And hey, broken hearts can surrender: to a beat that is tender
    In the blink of an eye

    Chorus
    I have known you once before
    Maybe a thousand years before

    Last Verse Outro

    So hey, I am your soul brother: hope there’ll be many others’
    You will meet by and by

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    • luckyotter says:

      Thanks for sharing!

      Like

      • First song I’ve written about my Narcissist and how my life has been irrevocably changed

        Metamorphosis

        Well I’ve been told, oh I’ve been told
        There’s a hole in the centre of my soul
        I’m growing old, oh I’m growing old
        With a hole in the centre of my soul

        Chorus
        Now I would rather be
        Rather be a soulful man
        But I don’t really know
        Really know who I am
        Yes I would rather be
        Rather be a soulful man
        But I don’t really know
        Really know who I am

        I’m striking out though hope is lost
        It’s time to risk no matter what the cost
        Hoodwinked by grief. Swindled by fear
        I‘m easily fooled ‘cos they’ve been my friends for years

        Chorus
        Now I would rather be
        Rather be a soulful man
        But I don’t really know
        Really know who I am
        Yes I would rather be
        Rather be a soulful man
        But I don’t really know
        Really know who I am

        Narcissus calls when I ignore
        My body’s voice, so my body keeps the score
        But woken by her soft lament
        Nymph Echo bids farewell to my contempt

        Chorus
        Now I would rather be
        Rather be a soulful man
        And now I really know
        Really know who I am
        Yes I would rather be
        Rather be a soulful man
        And now I really know
        Really know who I am

        Words and Music Geoff Smith (November 2017)

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  3. Geoff Smith says:

    More than welcome. Keep up the good work.

    Like

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