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Music Track To My Life

For today's post I'm going to share some songs that I really like, that also fit really well as the music track to my life right now.

The first song is Lucky In Love by Sherrie Austin

It quite obviously fits as the musical track to my love life, which has been anything but well lucky.

The next songs are actually quite conflicting in their emotions but they are ones that show a clear picture of how I am emotionally. 

Raise Your Glass by Pink

Fucking Perfect by Pink

Duck And Run by 3 Doors Down

Away From The Sun by 3 Doors Down

Numb by Lincoln Park

I know that its not a very wordy post today but I think that the songs can and do, do all the speaking. 


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