Marie Digby Sings A Sam Smith Piano Cover. And Thank you Patrons
I know many of you readers enjoy Marie Digby’s music and her covers. You have also come to expect this writer’s commentary on Marie’s singing style and why at least one of her songs should be in your playlist; even though music lovers around the globe possess a library of her music.
All the same, this article is to share a Sam Smith cover by Marie and to give a special mention, brief reference thoughts on why relationships end, and a shoutout to all in Marie’s Patreon Family.
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Too Good At Goodbyes (Sam Smith) Cover by Marié Digby
Did you enjoy Marie’s singing and piano playing? Most likely you did. Yes, Marie personalizing the experience with the song makes the heartbreaking tune honest and real.
“The richness and deepness(love) of friendship/relationship comes about from reciprocated love.
Prolonged mistreatment will cause a person to fall out of love with the friendship, so to speak; experience burnout.
If you would like to read a serious consideration on why persons burnout and move on from a relationship/friendship, here is a Perceptive Readers article. Also reference pocbooks site for “Personality Persecution.”
Hope this helps you and your profession/business. We want people who help us in the positive and in our professions, do we not? YOU MOST certainly do.
Marié Digby’s Special Thanks to Patrons
Ardy Cruz, Wade Tregaskis, Joe Huckell, Michael Starsinic, Ryan Hoak, Michael Chan, Roy Ivar Moe, Jim Nething, Kenny White, Albert Patrick, Andrew Tong, Westley Nguyen, Michael Hertelendy, Roy Furukawa, Bruce Konzak, Sam Samera, Steve Odell, and Ronald Yau.