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.


#43 Suchergebnisse

This song is describing what it’s like to be an outcast and black sheep from the world. It’s coming from an outsider’s perspective.
This is a song about my struggle with Bulimia and how much of a mess I was. It’s also about me wanting help with my bulimia but no one there to help me.
This is about a recovering bulimic who had a flashback of her purging days. It traumatized her to the point she had to contact her psychiatrist about her not believing she had an eating disorder even after being diagnosed. So in other words, she blames her flashback on her psychiatric doctor.
This song is about a person trying to tell their psychiatrist that the meds they’re on is killing them, literally. And that person is trying to think of the best way to figure out how to tell her. This is a song that raises awareness towards antipsychotic medications and it’s side effects. Antipsychotic medications are worse than most people think. Many die or have serious problems from them. And this person is experiencing severe issues from the meds.
This is a Religious song about Christ and his majestic ways. The first verse is for Jesus Christ, and the second verse is for God Almighty. I feel we need to give to them what they deserve; show them our love for them.