Dana Clark | My Heart

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My Heart

by Dana Clark

Female singer/songwriter with insightful and humorous lyrics in a jazzy/bluesy style.
Genre: Blues: Jazzy Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. My Heart Still Belongs to You
5:02 $0.99
2. Eight Ball
4:51 $0.99
3. Back Up
6:29 $0.99
4. Solitary Road
5:23 $0.99
5. That's It for Romance
4:04 $0.99
6. You Know It Might Be True
4:52 $0.99
7. Welcome the Wonder
5:31 $0.99
8. Any Road Will Lead You There
6:24 $0.99
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Album Notes
Dana sings and plays piano, guitar, flute, mandolin, ukulele, and enjoys finding her way around other instruments that cross her path. Writing songs is her passion—one that she admits is an obsession. To quote her lyrics in the song Solitary Road, “Not a challenge I have chosen, but a choice that's chosen me, to express the inexpressible in words and harmony. To search out rhyme and rhythm to reflect an honest truth. A passionate obsession that left less of me for you.”

Most of the songs on this CD focus on adventures with love and romance.

My Heart Still Belongs to You uses the classic 50s rock sound to portray the moment in a break-up when we want to leap into a new relationship, but are still too hung up on our lost love. “I want to hand my heart to the first man who'll take it...but my heart still belongs to you.”

Eight Ball tells the story of a late night romance in a seedy pool hall. “Lucy's got the hots for Jimmy, and she don't care who knows it.”

Back-Up gives good advice about keeping up appearances. “Back up! You're standing too close to the mirror...Focus on the ways you're hot. Forget about the ways you're not.”

Solitary Road is an apology to all the old lovers Dana has parted with over the years as music and songwriting claimed her soul. “Now I must walk a solitary road, following a melody only I can hear.”

That's It For Romance declares that love is not at all tempting. “I'm done. I'm finished. I'm through. That's it for romance.”

You Know It Might Be True encourages us to abandon all thought of limitations. “Why should you imagine that there are no open doors, when you know it might be true that the universe is yours.”

Welcome the Wonder advocates for the mystical aspects of experience. “I'll embrace the mystery. I'll explore the world beyond the one my eyes can see.”

Any Road Will Lead You There emphasizes the importance of being clear about where you're headed. “Once you know where you're going, any road will lead you there.”

For more CDs, songs, and short stories, go to www.danaclarkmusic.com.



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