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Dedicated to my DadSo many things my dad did for me that I am thankful for. If it weren’t for his encouragement I would not be writing today. I probably would not have tried so many different musical instruments. The variety styles of music I enjoy so much today would be very limited. He taught me acceptance was important and to try my hardest to accept everyone. I fight for justice because of the things he taught me and the things he showed me. He shaped me into the woman I am today and I have no regrets about that. I may not be perfect but my soul is good and that is what matters the most. Thank you dad for being such a wonderful dad and for raising me to be in the image of you. I hope you are resting in peace. This is for you.