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Symphonic Saturday - Super Music

music1So I've realized I really can't sing well in the slightest. But I'm not worried about it. As a petite human with food allergies, I'm kind of used to working within my limitations. I can still learn to play an instrument and either have someone else sing a song I write or I could do spoken word to music, maybe even rap.

I'm not super gifted in anything. Everything I've achieved lately is part of about a decade worth of work learning things like how to write better. In the case of my play, it's also partly taking an old interest and redirecting it into the writing side of things instead of the acting/technical side, but all of those roles are helpful in writing.

As the last post on superheros this week, I wanted to list some superhero related songs and albums that I'm aware of:

Songs

Kryptonite - 3 Doors Down
Something Just Like This - The Chainsmokers & Coldplay
Superheroes - The Script
Superhero (feat. Chris Linton) - Unknown Brain
Fake Geek Guy - Kari Maaren (https://karimaaren.bandcamp.com/album/everybody-hates-elves)

Albums

Feminum - Kool Krys (https://koolkrys.bandcamp.com/)

Videos

Epic Rap Battles of History:
- Wonder Woman vs Stevie Wonder
- Deadpool vs Boba Fett
- Goku vs Superman
- Jim Henson vs Stan Lee
- Batman vs. Sherlock Holmes
- Zeus vs. Thor
- Bruce Banner vs Bruce Jenner
- Super Mario Bros. vs. Wright Bros.
- Moses vs. Santa Claus

What other superhero related music do you know? Comment below!

And Happy Easter to those celebrating :)

R~

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