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Unformatted text preview: ant to be,” Lesli says. Most say happiness is the key to success, but what is neglected is the process of reaching happiness. Lesli has a clear vision of what brings her to that happy place. Regardless of her path, music will always be there for her as an outlet. And that outlet serves as a passageway to bliss; through stress, heartbreak, or whatever it may be. As a young musician, Lesli has taught her self not only how to play the piano, but also to write melodies and lyrics. She has been writing poems and lyrics since sixth grade. After hearing McQueen 2 “Gravity,” by Sara Bareilles, Lesli was inspired to let her voice spill out on paper. It was the first time she decided she wanted to write. She had taken piano for a couple years in elementary school but nothing major. It wasn’t until her freshman year when she had decided to match some of her lyrics to melodies. “I just sat down at the piano one day when no one was home and started messing around and that’s the day I wrote my first song.” Although shy at first, Lesli was able to play a couple of...
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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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