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Very lovely words and I believe those words are meant to be conveyed by all Adele's fans.
Somehow, I think she'll found your words and our love for her ... and she'll shed some tears reading them ... as I did ...
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I'm speechless. Sounds like we're all conected.
Midranger4 wrote:I have always sought solace in music during the most difficult periods in my life. I do not find it to be coincidence that Adele's music found me on this occasion. I heard the song "Why don't you remember" minutes after feeling forgotten myself and was moved to tears as I listened to this kindred soul sing the very words my own heart would speak if able.
Since that time I, like millions of others, became spellbound by Adele and her music. Each new song I heard I likened to a different chapter in my own heart's journey. As powerful as her music is however it pales in comparison to what I saw as she performed at the Royal Albert Hall. Those in attendance were provided a gift that without even being there I guarantee they will cherish forever. If I had to choose one word to summarize that concert I could easily say magnificent, inspiring, or any number of other superlatives but I wouldn't because the word I would use is spiritual.
An artist strives to connect with their audience. Adele connects without trying for no other reason than she is not acting. My heart goes out to her because I, and many others, know all too well the abyss that moved her to express herself in music.
Adele has found her release in music and we have found our champion in her.
"You know how singers like ADELE need to keep their name out there... except, come to think of it, there are very few singers like ADELE out there, huh.
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