"I'm really a spontaneous and fun-loving person, so even when things are bad I try to find the positive perspective on the situation. This translates to my songs, so even in the worst of situations I try to relay a positive message and I knew that music was my passion from a very early age" Her album begins with a song that gives homage to the power of radio on our lives, posing the question, "Does The D.J. Know." "It is about how a song can take you back," says Alison, "to a place or time when things were incredibly wonderful like my first boyfriend or a really sad moment; as if the disc jockey is playing with my emotions. The power of radio is huge!" “There’s Always Tomorrow” is an emotional ballad of sincere hope.
“When everything seems to be falling apart around you,” Alison explains, “I think all of us at some point feel misunderstood and disconnected, but you know deep down things will get better because when you wake up tomorrow is another day.” A powerful, uplifting song, “Love Is The Thing,” is not just about finding the love of her life but rather finding inner peace. “Feeling safe and at peace. All is okay now.” The song that actually deals with finding “a really great guy” is the fantasy-like “Reality Flies.” Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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