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Justina Soto – All I’ve Ever Known

Justina Soto is an r&b/indie singer-songwriter based in Brooklyn, NY. A New York City native, she attended the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts founded by Tony Bennett where she honed her skills as a performer and musician and since then she has performed in several NYC venues including Carnegie Hall (2005) and in Central Park while opening for the Dave Matthew’s Band in 2003 and continues to perform in variety of musical settings and ensembles around the NYC area. Justina’s music has an air of classic soul but also infuses a pop sensibility and modern musical spirit of the time. Influenced by Mayer Hawthorne, Eva Cassidy and Stevie Wonder, Justina skillfully brings together aspects of R&B, pop, jazz and soul to create her original music and aims to capture the cultural message and feelings of her generation.

Justina Soto – All I’ve Ever Known (Offical Video)

Directed by: Jake Ramos. Choreography and Performance by: Adrianne Chu. Original song by: Justina Soto

Justina Soto – All I’ve Ever Known Lyrics:
Trying to love a man
the best I ever could
but it falls apart in front of me
it falls so good

trying to love a man
but the time just isn’t right
but he laid me down on the riverside
and he gave me a life

and I tried to make him understand
that this life wasn’t worth living
and the reason I am always gone
it’s cause the lonely road is
all i’ve ever known
all i’ve ever known

Trying to love a man
but the words don’t come out right
and he told me I was his only chance
for him to ever see a good day

and I tried to make him understand
that it’s not his fault i’m leaving
and that all the things I felt were true
but nothing compared to
all i’ve ever known
all i’ve ever known

time for us is changing
but not fast enough to hold on
the world it doesn’t move the way
we want so just let go of what we’ve known
all i’ve ever known.

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