Walk through the woods of song.land, a soundscape on the idea that generations learn and grow after each other. I lived a better childhood than my mother.
So, when you have pain in your life and you doubt the situation, as I have done in my life, may we both hold on. Our future selves will thank you. Our future loved ones will, too.
A few items in the song:
- I do talk about my mom’s rough upbringing. I had a grandpa that was terrible in many ways.
- When singing about monarchs, this is based on the fact that they go through generations on their annual migration from Mexico, into the US and Canada, then back to Mexico. It does not happen in one generation. See all about it on It’s Ok to Be Smart on YouTube.