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Album: Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful (2015)
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  • Flo Morrissey was 15 when she wrote this finger-picked meditation that narrates her experience of becoming a woman. Five years on, it is the opening track of her debut album, Tomorrow Will Be Beautiful. "It resonates more with me now," she told Billboard magazine. "You have to learn to live with a song in a different way, whether it means the same thing to you or not."
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