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Here's the deal. Sidecar Judy was founded as a duo in January 2015. It took us a little while to discover the amazing coincidence that we both had someone in our lives who had acute lymphoblastic leukemia and had been treated by the good folks in BMT at the LDS Hospital. Cammi's big sister Audrey succumbed to leukemia in August 2016. This song is about coming to term with that and trying to provide a positive message for others dealing with the same thing.
Shar Christopher, one of the physician's assistants who helped both of our loved ones, is currently competing in a fundraising campaign for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. All sales and donations for this single will go to her campaign. Please support this worthy cause!
Can't think about it.
If I do then I'll break down again.
Can't think about.
How she's gone and I'll never see her again.
Wish it weren't over, but that won't change a single thing I guess;
Because tomorrow I'll wake up and she'll still be a memory.
How many songs do I have to write before I start to feel better?
I think about our good times, to try and feel better.
And I dream about her sometimes, like she's all better,
but I saw her in a hospital bed, and I saw her in a coffin.
It can make you go crazy,
wishin' for somethin' that's out of your control,
just to say goodbye again.
Stop asking why again and again and again and again.
But I can let go, and set her free, I will live my life, and be happy.
Now I guess she's better, I guess she's better now.
released March 15, 2017
Cammi wrote this, sang and played acoustic guitar.
Randin sang back up and played electric and acoustic 12-string guitar, synths and programming.
Mastered by Paul Abbott at Zen Mastering.
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