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Susan Boyle’s First Single “Wild Horses” Cannot Drag Us Away

“My heart is like a singing bird.”
~Christina Georgina Rossetti

Susan Boyle’s heart is like a singing bird that sings in a key our hearts only hear.  People all over the whole world were moved by her first audition on the talent show “Britian’s Got Talent”.   She sang  “I Dreamed a Dream”, and suddenly her dream was upon her.

This Scottish Lady of the Dream,  made her first American visit recently on the TV talent show, “America’s Got Talent”.   With grace and confidence she sang the song “Wild Horses,”  by the Rolling Stones.   The audience were brought to their feet hearing this beautiful rendition.    Susan Boyle’s voice seems to be able to touch people of all ages and musical tastes.   Jon Bon Jovi has said he is a great fan of this songbird.

Listen to this amazing performance.

“Wild Horses”  was an unusual,  yet intriguing,  song choice to be her  first single from her upcoming album.   The lyrics are passionate and reflect  resilience and loving someone deeply with resolve and commitment.    Susan Boyle  has a fragility in her voice that we hear and understand.  She makes us believe.  Then, when she sounds as if she has been  broken in two, it is then we hear the passion arise and echo in her voice.  We feel that strength coming from within and feel it in ourselves.

In the interview on “America’s Got Talent”, she said

“I used to be a kind of spectator looking outward at the world.   But now I am part of the world and I will embrace it.”

For those who suffer constant pain, we understand what she means.  We are so happy that she has been released from her cage of isolation, and now can sing for us, which is her greatest desire.  Princess Diana was a “Princess of the People.”   Susan Boyle seems to have become a “Singer of the People”.  She is so loved all over the world.

Susan Boyle’s debut album, “I Dreamed a Dream”, is due out on November 24th, 2009.  It is already near the top of’s music charts.    Our Lady of the Dream shall keep learning to fly to even greater heights.  Bravo!

We thanketh Susan Boyle for not giving up on her dream.

Lady Sharon
Scribe of Camelot

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2 Responses to “Susan Boyle’s First Single “Wild Horses” Cannot Drag Us Away”

  1. Deb says:

    I have watched and listened to “Wild Horses” over and over. It is so very inspiring and moving to me. Who would have thought that the Divine would use an unknown singer(but very well know, now) and the Rolling Stones to deliver grace into my day?
    Thanks for posting this video and for being a Heavenly messenger…

  2. Lady Sharon says:

    Dear Knyght Lady Debra,

    Thou hath given grace to Camelot through thy flow of gentle wordes. Thou art an honored Knyght in this Kingdom and we bow to wilcume thee in the Grand Hall.

    I thinketh music hast a special code that can enter our hertes in places that not others find. And in our herte, the music doth find the beauteous eye of heaven. Its echo helps our hertes remember.

    It gladdens this humble scribe to know this echoed in your herte. Our Lady of the Dream is very special.

    I prithee Lady Debra, take good care upon your journeys. We shall say a special prayer for thee tonight. May heaven’s strength be with you.

    With deepe gratitude,

    Lady Sharon
    Scribe of Camelot

    “One song leads on to another,
    One friend to another friend,
    So I’ll travel along
    With a friend and a song.”

    ~Wilfrid Wilson Gibson