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America, My Love

by Linz Audain

This song describes the emotions of a man who is in a foreign country, fleeing persecution, and is about to be killed. He is ultimately able to find safety and refuge in America.
Genre: Pop: Delicate
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Thank you for listening to my song “America, My Love”. Yes, this song is deeply personal. Forever seared in my mind is my memory as a boy of stepping out of the airplane at JFK International. I will never forget the sensation I felt. I simply could not describe it. The woman I met at the airport, who introduced herself as my mother, explained to me that the sensation I was feeling, was “cold”. She then handed me a strange looking garment, a “coat” she called it. This began my journey as a Haitian immigrant, through this bright, shining place of immigrants called the United States of America. It is a journey that has taken me from the depths of despair of being penniless and homeless to the lofty musings of a medical doctor/lawyer/economist and former university professor. My parents, siblings, and I fled political persecution in Haiti. It is altogether fitting that the protagonist in this very personal song is doing just that: fleeing persecution. He seeks refuge in a revolutionary idea that is called America. It is an idea that says that if we dare to be brave and courageous, it is then and only then that we shall be free. And yes, for this idea, I’m willing to be cold. Enjoy!

Linz Audain, MD



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