When I first heard the song “Skyscraper” I hadn’t written on it. I heard it and I didn’t care. I was like “Oh my God. This song is incredible.” I recorded it a year ago before anything had happend. Before my breakdown. Before my treatment. I recorded it and I was just pouring tears in the studio like I was almost doubled over at some points and just in pain. I remember thinking this was kind of my cry for help back then because I hadn’t spoken to anyone about these issues and I hadn’t gotten the help that I needed. So, I recorded the song again a few months later after treatment because my voice is a lot stronger now that I’m not ruining it by damaging it by after every meal. It just didn’t feel the same and we kept the original one and I just feel for me it was such a symbol of like, I-I don’t know it was just symbolic of it like being the song that I recorded before treatment yet it’s providing a message and it was just like really crazy because the way that things played out, it ended up being my single. It represented everything that I’m trying to spread the word about, is getting help, rising above any issues that my fans are dealing with.
I still play this.. every now and then.
“Never lose the child in yourself, because when you do, that’s when you know you’re getting old.” ♥
3 years old - “mommy, i love you”
13 years old - “WHATEVER MOM !”
16 years old - “Mom is so damn annoying”
18 years old - “i wanna leave this house!”
25 years old - “Mom, you were right”
30 years old - “i wanna be with my mom again”
50 years old - “i dont want to lose my mom”
70 years old - “i would give up everything for my mom to be here with me”
We only have 1 Mom.
Reblog this if you appreciate your Mom.