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I put my feelings in music. : braincancer

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Hi amigos. My 2year old son has been battling cancer for nearly 6 months and this song is just a expression of my feelings. I’m currently in Minneapolis, Minnesota and my wife and I have been with our little warrior every step of the way, and he’s been so brave… people compare cancer patients (kids specially) with warriors, hence the cinematic war drums; the title means war in greek. why in greek? he likes watching videos in greek on youtube. the album cover is a picture of him and me, at the top of Arthur’s seat in Edinburgh, Scotland: I carried him all the way up and he was playing to be a knight, our stroller (baby trolley) got a parking ticket that day.

God bless you all!

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