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Wrote a song called "So long"

This is a song I just released with my band Lorenzo's Music called "So long".

I feel like I'm always afraid to share the music I create here. But the funny thing is it's probably what I work on the most. Also, it's the thing I've done the longest. And still, I feel so hesitant to share it in certain places.

In the past few years it's really been the one media I am able to express feelings and concepts in. Express it in a way that when I'm done it gets the point across that I'm trying to tell. To me that is.

When it comes to things like drawing, painting, or mediums like that, I know I'm never going to be able to pull off something that would be fine art to my own satisfaction. But as far as music I can write something that is pretty damn close to what I want it to be.

The song is available for download on Bandcamp. https://lorenzosmusic.bandcamp.com/track/so-long

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