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I Am What I Am. Saturday March 22, 2014

I was listening the other morning to Ken Bruce on BBC Radio 2, as I do, and heard this song by Gloria Gaynor:

http://tinyurl.com/pa3czox

And here are some of the words she sings... I've edited them a bit but, by the end you will get my message! The ones I want you to shout out today, preferably in front of a mirror and with the music playing:

I am what I am.

It's my world and it's not a place I have to hide in
Life's not worth a damn till I can say 
I am what I am
And so what if I love each sparkle and each bangle

why not try to see things from a different angle


I am what I am

I am, I am, I am good

I am, I am, I am strong
I am, I am, I am worthy

I am, I am, I belong
I am, I am

Whoo, whoo, whoo

I am
I am, I am, I am useful
I am, I am, I am true
I am, I am, somebody
I am as good as you.

YES I AM!

Now click on the You Tube link, turn up the volume and get singing.

Julia
A Moodscope member.

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http://moodscope.blogspot.com/2014/03/i-am-what-i-am.html


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