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Last Thursday when I was traveling to go visit my daughter, I heard a song that grabbed my heart strings. I knew that I had to have that song. As soon as I arrived at my daughter's, I asked her about the song and if she had heard it. She said that she had. The song was "Believe" sung by Brooks and Dunn. We went to a store and bought the CD.
Friday I listened to the CD most of the way back to West Monroe, which was almost a four-hour drive. I don't know if I have ever heard such a powerful song that moved me so deeply. I only wish that I knew how to sing. To be able to sing a song with so much meaning could add years to life. I thought that if any of the contestants on The American Idol would sing this song, they would win.
I don't listen to much country and western because I am usually listening to an oldies but goodies station, but the country and western station was probably the only station that I could pick up in the hill country. I bought the CD, not only to listen to the music; but also, to learn the words. The right words can change your life. I love songs and movies that inspire me and make me feel happy, alive and healthy.
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Robert Charles Payne is an inspirational writer who lives in West Monroe. He can be contacted by e-mailing email@example.com.