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I wrote a blues song, “Brain Plasticity,”


about my experience with neuroplasticity, and that of others I have met through the Get Back Your Music program. The song depicts how music can give us strength to fight neurological disorders, from MS and CP to Parkinson’s Disease (PD).


“Brain Plasticity” Lyrics


Went for a walk to see my baby When I fell down to one knee My baby thought I was proposing Doctor said it was disease


Well, I ain’t gonna give up walking I’m gonna do what I please and as for that disease I say don’t MS with me I got brain plasticity


I know a drummer, she played for decades Man, she could sure lay down a groove But she had to slow down for she had found her right leg would barely move


Now, she ain’t gonna give up drumming cause without drums the band ain’t got a beat Now she tells her legs and feet She said don’t MS with me I got brain plasticity


A guitarist was getting in a little practice so he could work on his technique


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So don’t give up your passions You’ve got to do what you please and tell that traumatic brain injury You say don’t mess with me We got brain plasticity It’s working for CP We’re talking brain plasticity


“Brain Plasticity” by Philip See Play to Listen


but his fingers could barely play it ‘cause the muscles were so weak


But, he ain’t gonna quit guitar Said the picking’s gonna come on back to me and as for this PD He said don’t you mess with me I got brain plasticity


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