Thank you for the review of my song THE GIRL IN AN ADULT WORLD… !! It’s so well written!!!!
Yes the song does have a potential darker reading, however, it was inspired quite innocently, one day when driving home, and I saw this girl walking along, (its weird, and even sad, that even saying that might make someone say “dodgy!”) who looked like she hadn’t quite figured out how to move in her new body. She was all uncoordinated and clumsy looking. Like her arms and legs had suddenly grown longer the night before.
The words and melody flooded into my head as I drove home and I started working on the song immediately…
Thank you again!! It really made my day today!!
I have been enjoying listening to your selection and reading your reviews…excellent idea for a blog!
All the very best
Jarad (NEW HANG UPS)
Cheers Jarad, I sincerely connect with all the music I put up here, even if I’m a little rude about it…
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