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Little Girl Blue by Randy L. Schmidt
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Sep 30, 2010

really liked it
Recommended to Dawn by: I read this because Karen Carpenter is one of my favorite female singers.
Recommended for: Anyone who is a fan of The Carpenters
Read from September 20 to 30, 2010 , read count: 1

A very sad story about one of the most talented women in music. Parts of this story made me cry thinking of how Karen was made to feel unworthy and unappreciated at times. Her friends who contributed their memories of her for this story, show how much she was really loved. She had one of the most beautiful voices in music. After learning more about her sad life, it makes me feel the emotions she put into the songs she sang. An amazing talent that we lost way too soon. We can only imagine how much more she could have brought to the music industry if she was still alive today.

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