Verse 1:
I feel like I know you so well
So why does it feel like I fell
What is it that you see?
This gravity.. taking me

Why is it that I feel lost?
Why do I feel that it cost?
It is Anxiety that’s taking me

Verse 2:
When I look back you’re always there
And I do know you truly care
Let’s shake on it and make a pact
That we’ll never go back

Ooh ooh ooh…..
(Verse 1)

  • Karen Jeanette Cucuzza
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    3 minutes 52 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 5, 2021
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Artist Biography

Every single person who is currently breathing the air on this planet, longs for a deep sense of connection.. to feel like they belong and relate to those who surround them.

For Melbourne, Australia based artist, Karen Harding, music is not only an outlet for expression of her feelings and emotions, drawn from a lifetime of experiences.. music is a soul conversation, that allows the masks that we hide behind to fall away for a moment of sharing.. a moment of mutual understanding.. in a language that does not discriminate in any form.

To picture the sound of Karen Harding’s music, imagine for a moment.. you are sitting outdoors at a private, casual tea party.. it’s early in the morning and there is still a thin layer of fog lining the ground and the sun is just beginning to break for the first morning light. While sipping our tea, we are joined by guests, Sarah McLaughlin, Sara Barielles and Eva Cassidy and comparing stories about the depths of life.

Music has always been a part of Karen’s life, learning piano from the age of 6, beginning singing lessons from the age of 14 and more recently learning to play the guitar.

Throughout the years, Karen has played at many cafes and bars around the north-eastern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, in a combination of solo, duo and band performances, that have contributed to the sound that you hear today.

Her true love of the art comes from the creativity of writing her own music.

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