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"So Much More" (feat. Effe)
This is first single from our Bridges of Love album which features six songs in total, all written by mothers at the Ohio Reformatory for Women and their families at home.
We chose "So Much More" as the first release because it speaks perfectly to the impact of this project and shows who these women truly are at their core.
"Right Road" (feat. Corey Montgomery)
Corey co-wrote this song with the women at the Ohio Reformatory and their families back home.
"Right Road" speaks to being on the right path and keeping your head high through the hard times. Recorded live at The Palace Theatre.
"I can go the wrong for a really long time but if I do better I can make it anywhere. This is my reminder, I repeat it daily. Love is all around me and I'm ready to share.
This right here, never in a million years would I think to find the positive in everywhere I've been. This right here, all the joy and all the tears. I wanna live, you help me love myself again.
I'm on the right road, right road day after day. It's a compliment when you say that I've changed. Right road, right road day after day"
"For You" (feat. Mery Steel)
"For You" co-wrote by mothers at the Ohio Reformatory for Women and their families at home.
This song was recorded live at The Southern Theatre and speaks of the women wanting to be there for their loved ones.
"It's gonna be different a little bit everyday. Gonna let the what if's fade away, take a breath and step up to the plate.
And I might slip up from time to time, but I'm gonna try to do right because I know real life is worth the fight.
And I wanna hit the long road for you
Carry the hard load for you
Hold those sorrows for you
Light up tomorrow for you
With this load I've been holding for you
I wanna be there for you."
"Road that Leads to You" (feat. George Barrie)
George co-wrote this song with the women at the Ohio Reformatory and their families back home.
"Road that Leads to You" describes the women being on a path that keeps them focused on the love from their family and how those memories keep them connected.
"Wishing I could fly to you, wishing I could hold you when you need me to. Missing all the little things, sneaking kisses in the songs we used to sing.
Hold you through the night, you were scared of the dark. Don't forget my love, you can find it in your heart. Nothing can stop us now, we'll make it through somehow."
Recorded live at The Palace Theatre and now available on all streaming platforms.
"Love Calls" (feat. Amber Knicole)
Live from the Southern Theatre.
This song is now available on all streaming platforms and was co-wrote by women at the Ohio Reformatory and their families back home during our Bridges of Love project.
"So gather your broken dreams, now you know what they mean.
Even through the night, you're walking towards the light.
Can I be a witness?
Can I see my way through this?
Heal myself with forgiveness, heal myself with forgiveness."