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Sting – Shape Of My Heart.

One of my favorite musicians, Sting.

Sting stated,

I wanted to write about a card player, a gambler who gambles not to win but to try and figure out something; to figure out some kind of mystical logic in luck, or chance; some kind of scientific, almost religious law. So this guy’s a philosopher, he’s not playing for respect and he’s not playing for money, he’s just trying to figure out the law – there has to be some logic to it. He’s a poker player so it’s not easy for him to express his emotions, in fact he doesn’t express anything, he has a mask, and it’s just one mask and it never changes.”

Shape of My Heart Songtext

Sting Official Website

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Sting – Shape Of My Heart, co written by Dominic Miller, guitar.

Songfacts- Shape of My Heart

Shape of My Heart- Wiki page

“Shape Of My Heart” Lyrics

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The Police – Roxanne-1979.

This is one of my favorite all time groups. Sting is a class of singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, activist, actor and philanthropist. barre none.

Do you know why this song was written? Click Here

Stings real name is Gordon Matthew Thomas Sumner. FYI

Roxanne Wiki link

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“Hurricane Sandy Coming Together,” Benefit Concert – Videos.  NBC allotted an hour commercial free for a benefit concert to aid victims of the storm that devastated the Northeast of the United States.

This concert raised nearly $23 million, Red Cross and NBCUniversal.

Sorry I did not get this post up yesterday.  I was too emotional viewing.

Please donate to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.

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NBC Networks will host “Hurricane Sandy: Coming Together,” benefits live telethon. Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi, Christina Aguilera, Sting and Billy Joel are set to perform in a benefit concert Friday, November 2, at 8 p.m. at the NBC Studios at 30 Rockefeller Center.

Money raised will be donated to the American Red Cross to provide shelter, food, emotional support, and other assistance to the millions affected by the disaster.

To donate click, American Red Cross or call 800-RED-CROSS.

Sandy’s aftermath: How you can help Click Here

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