I clapped and we talked about them for a long time

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Unformatted text preview: explained it and I realized that Lesli wanted to pursue music, she was not only a gifted pianist, but mostly a talented singer. I made it a goal to come out and here Lesli sing one day. I let her play and pretended I wasn’t there until she was finished. I asked her who it was about and she told me the whole story. Then played me some other songs she had written in years previous. I clapped and we talked about them for a long time. The next time I saw Lesli with her pen and paper I knew she was about to get to work. So I asked what she was writing about. She told me that most of her inspiration comes from heartbreak. “My lyrics are my diary and it is easier to write when you are sad or mad than it is when you are happy.” I sat down next to her and asked “Where did you learn how to sing like that?” She replied, “Definitely not from my family…they are all musically challenged.” That’s is wear the story unveils. Lesli had been planning on minoring in music, but after a stressful semester of McQueen 15 t...
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2014 for the course COMP 0000 taught by Professor Dirickson during the Spring '13 term at TCU.

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