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Sunday, March 16, 2014

#MM: Ryan Dolan - Start Again



His Classmates Thought Making Fun Of Him Made Perfect Sense, But Then A Senseless Thing Happened


I absolutely love this song by Ryan Dolan; the strings are gorgeous, aren't they? The message in the song is made more poignant when you know that Ryan came out recently. Its message is one that needs to be repeated until we all start listening.






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17 comments:

Rory Bore said...

A beautiful song with such a powerful message.
such a senseless act indeed -- but more so the actions of many heartless people that drive one towards doing it.

alissa apel said...

It's difficult being gay. I have 2 friends that are. I've heard people picking on them. One has 2 kids. I wonder how those kids are going to be treated in school. They to have worried about their kids. They are super strong people. I love them. They've been my friends since middle school.

Joyce Lansky said...

One of my daughter's friends from high school lived with her lesbian mother and her girlfriend. No one ever batted an eye about it, and this is Tennessee.

Belle Haup said...

It's funny how a powerful message in a good song can change and open hearts. High school is one thing - but the real world is changing daily and what once was a big deal...isn't any more for a large majority of us. And that's a good thing!

Happy St. Paddy's day and thanks for sharing that song. It touched me.

Danielle Royalegacy said...

Interesting song. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

stevebethere said...

A beautiful song and I agree very poignant too and he has a great voice, there will always be one nasty pieces of work about especially when in groups.

I have always thought that the ones that give the most grief tend to have a doubt in the back of their heads about their own sexuality.

Have a fantastic week Joyce and good post ;-)

Masshole Mommy said...

Here in MA, we are much more accepting of being gay (I think) than some other parts of the country.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

This is an amazing song. I didn't know the meaning of it until now. Really puts it in perspective doesn't it??

Cathy Kennedy said...

You don't have to agree with a person's lifestyle. You don't have to like a person's decisions. However, respect for others' regardless of his/her choices should be shown. This is a lovely new-to-me song. Happy St. Patty's Day!

Mike Golch said...

Great song with a great message.

mail4rosey said...

It's so tragic when students, or anyone for that matter, are bullied. It's heart-wrenching when it's your child being bullied.

The strings are beautiful in the song.

Theresa Mahoney said...

I haven't heard of this song before, but it is really beautiful. I have several gay family members, and I know the struggles they face. It's sad that we all can't be more accepting of others when their choices, lifestyles, or whatever make no impact on ours whatsoever.

Kim Turner said...

I've never heard this song - love it!!!
And, you are right, the strings are beautiful sounding!!
I know far too many people that have a rough life just because something about them is a little different - sad because all of those differences are what make us all unique and special!!

Marie Moody said...

Sometimes that's the only way you can get through to people is in song. This one definitely has a deep message, and is trying to reach out to all. Thanks for sharing. Very nice choice my friend.

Colette S said...

Sometimes our hearts and tears comes out in song, so we can get our message across.

If only we could love people and leave them to their choices.

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Lady Lilith said...

Wow such talent. I hate it when folks make fun of others for no reason.

Helena said...

Wow - what a powerful song and message. Struggles in life are so unjust!