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Songs about disAbility

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Talking Wheelchair Blues
performed by Fred Small
from the album The Heart of the Appaloosa
about a runner who meets a woman in a wheelchair:

"I went for a jog in the city air
I met a woman in a wheelchair
I said 'I'm sorry to see you're handicapped.'
She says, 'What makes you think a think like that?'"
Leslie Is Different
performed by Fred Small
from the album No Limit
about A baby with CP and other disabilties who is taken in and cared for by a family:
"Leslie is different.
Like everyone in the world.
He's kinda awkward, kinda fragile
Kinda graceful, kinda tough
He's kinda slow, he's kinda clever
He's just Leslie, and that's enough."

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