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 lyrics are about psychosis and trying to escape the inner demons in their minds and what lies inside their darkness. It’s very deep and dark, but it’s perfect for those with psychosis.
This song was inspired by Taylor Swift’s “Gorgeous” from her Reputation album. It’s about someone wanting someone so bad but there’s nothing that she can do about it. They met over Facebook, barely even said ten words to each other, and live states and states away. But she knew she’d fall for him just by looking at his picture. She has a keen sense of love, especially because all of the rejection she’s had made her more keen.
This song is about someone being left in the cold from a frozen love; metaphorically speaking, of course. But this is her wanting him back, wanting her summer sun back.
This is about an alcoholic man who decides to get help. He had realized that the booze world wasn’t for him and he knew he was fatally fading, so he put down the alcohol and never looked back. I’d say it’s pretty inspirational for those struggling with addiction.
A second version of Tripping On My Love. It’s the same meaning and the same topic, just extended and with different lyrics. This one is a little more fun. They’re both pretty upbeat if you want them to be, but this one has a little more umph.