Karianne Gabaldon

Karianne Nicole Gabaldon is a Songwriter and Fan Fiction Author from Hugo, Oklahoma. She has been writing lyrics since the age of 13. She wrote her first actual song in 2010 at the age of 18. She works on, not only songs, but fan fiction stories on a daily. She had started to write for music artist, Jordan Carroll, but it didn’t turn out. She had also written for other musicians that had used her work but not exactly partnered up with her. She has schizophrenia, but instead of complaining, she makes the best out of life. She also has a lot of physical health issues as well but doesn’t let those get in the way of what she really wants...to be heard. Her mother, biological father, and stepfather are all incredible musicians who most likely made Karianne the songwriter she is today. She loves her life so much and is so thankful for the people in it-especially those who chose to follow her on her journey through music.


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These are fictional lyrics about a young lady diagnosed with cancer. I wrote a fan fiction short story called Lucy In The Sky and I made a song for it...this is that very song.
These lyrics are about knowing that you have mental problems but embracing them. Embracing the fact that you’re psychotic; that your illness doesn’t control you, you control your illness. Pretty much, the reason I wrote this was because ever since I was first diagnosed (16 years old), I’ve been made fun of, teased, abandoned, etc... so I just thought it’d be a fun way of saying, “hey! I know I’m crazy but that’s okay!” It’s a little weird, yes. I agree. Oh and another major reason these words came to mind is because us schizophrenics are constantly being judged and underrated just because of the way we “act out”, but I just want to say that not every schizophrenic is that way, and not every psychotic break is that way. We don’t like to be judged in an unfriendly manner. It’s not fair.
This one is about me as well. You see, I’m in very bad health mentally (with schizoaffective disorder) and pretty bad shape physically as well. I have a lot of both mental and physical problems. And these words came to me whenever I was feeling like nobody cared about my health. People kept calling me a hypochondriac until the doctors finally figured me out...for the most part. My family and friends felt like idiots. But these lyrics don’t seem like much and they kind of seem a little boring, but believe me, I had feeling when I wrote this.
A very depressing song I wrote whenever I was going through a rough time. 95% of my lyrics come from my heart, experience, and state of mind at the moment. So I just was feeling this. The rest of my lyrics that don’t are just fictional. Or about someone else.
These very lyrics are about a woman in an abusive relationship but she forces herself out of it and knows she has a throng side to her. Once she finds her strong side, she sees that she shines even in the dark.