I hope this is ok to post this music Video, My cousin husband sent this too, which he didn't know I had Lupus. This music is Matchbox 20 Rob Thomas wrote this song for his wife who has Lupus. It scary to know a family at that time didn't know I had Lupus.
Here it is (you may have already heard it )
I'd never heard it before but what a touching record mate and i think it explains how everyone of us think a large majority of the time trapped and waiting to be set free.
The site will let things be added as long as it refers to Lupus.
Hugs Terri xxx
Thank you so much for this piece of information! Rob Thomas (with and without Matchbox 20) is one of my all time favorite artist. This song is on my MP3 player and I had no idea it was about Lupus. I went and did a search to make sure that this wasn't just an urban legend and it does appear to be very true! Thanks again for finding this tidbit!
Here is a link to the actual story
Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.
Your welcome, My hubby and I saw Matchbox 20 long time again. This video sounds so much like me and others. Terri said it all I did the same thing Mari and I was amazed. Wish other artist will take the time to do a song about every day life we go though. Hugs to my Lupie family ;-)
Love Rob Thomas and this song and the video. I think I once listened to this song for an hour on repeat....lol
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