Hey World. I'm Jen DeLucy. I'm working my tail off to try and make my dream come true of somehow changing the world a little for the better through meaningful music. Hope you take something good from listening, and please share my work if you feel inspired! Peace. xo
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Best Jennifer DeLucy podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Jennifer DeLucy podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
Updated February 2020
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Vocal Hymn by Jennifer DeLucyBy Jennifer DeLucy
Entitled, whiney and so lazy, intelligent but crazy yeah I see,that’s what you think of them, but just imagine what they think when they see youI’ll bet they aren’t your biggest fans, I’ll bet they think that you’re the screwed ones tooHow dare they envision life a different way, when they’re supposed to dread each dawning dayAnd every way you coul…
Lyrics to Song of DaughtersWhat you built was trying to destroy usThe sun grows warm and brighter every dayDistract, despise, define and deploy usWe’re still the wave that’s coming out to play, to playSo clear the wayDid you think we’d sit around obeyingWhile on the ground, the sand just slipped awaySurprised you’d sink as low as you’re displayingB…
Overcome the haters, use your pain to push you forward and grow. Then leave them in the dark.By Jennifer DeLucy
A pro-science, hopeful song about humankind taking back the train and finding their way back to wisdom and learning.By Jennifer DeLucy
Remember when you were young and everything you dreamed of was a real possibility? Life hadn't jaded you yet. Don't you wish you could go back to an innocent moment when your heart and mind aligned?By Jennifer DeLucy
We need permission to feel what we're actually feeling. We need permission to acknowledge mental illness, ask for help, reach out. Stigmas need to end. It's time to stop fake smiling.By Jennifer DeLucy
Meet Belinda Franson, mom to 23-year-old Josh, who happens to be profoundly autistic. This everyday hero has the special needs parent thing down pat, but not without her own struggles with mental illness along the way. Listen and be inspired by this wonderful supermom.By Jennifer DeLucy