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Claire Coupland ‘Leave Me Alone’ : Where things are meant to be, but it’s more fun asking the right questions.

Claire Coupland

Claire Coupland’s ‘Leave Me Alone’ is exactly that: A song that is about going on different paths, especially when it’s so hard to do so. Will the heart win against that is so cardinal and visceral in lust?

A predicament.

But we all go through it. Just can’t help but fantasize about that tinge of love that gnaws at you from dawn till dusk. How can the urges be subsided, so you can do ‘life’ as it was before meeting him??

A predicament, indeed.

A Vancouver Islander at heart and Toronto based artist Claire deals out folk-pop that just oozes sophistication in its delivery and exposition. A classic lyrical construction, ‘Leave Me Alone’ is in the realms of Sheryl Crow, Keith Urban, Amy Grant and Colbie Caillat, where things are meant to be, but it’s more fun asking the right questions.

Claire Coupland is a great time on that ride into the desert sunset.

Smile. The next day, will be even more fun.

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