The song “When This Blows Over” by Oklahoma musician John Calvin Abney really resonated with me. The chorus sings ‘There was a time in my life when I could be anywhere/ so, when this blows over/when this blows over/ I’m coming over to see my friend.’ It seems we are all talking about what we want to do once COVID “blows over,” so I truly enjoyed hearing my/our collective thoughts put into song. At the end he says “We can summer together if we can winter this” – there couldn’t be a more appropriate line for the times. Tune in to hear the beautiful track on The Jaunt.
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