The two appeared in “Glee”. They had many fans and followers who cheered their every move. Then something terrible happened. Cory Monteith died of a heroin and alcohol overdose. Lea has been in mourning ever since.
But recently she spoke to the public about her new music album which is out now. The musical album is named “Louder”. It explores various emotions via the medium of musical notes and beats.
Lea said that the singer Sia Furler introduced her to the classic hit song “Cannonball”. It just bowled her over. To face her emotions at their most sorrowful was an experience in itself.
It was painful yet healing at one and the same time. The inspiring lyrics of the song really affected Lea Michele. She admits that she is very lucky to have felt true love in her life.
Some of the songs on the “Louder” album are just plain pop music. They come in the style of Kelly Clarkson and Kate Perry. Yet it was a harrowing experience making those musical numbers.
Finally, Lea emerged out the other end of the dark tunnel and today she is a stronger person. Especially her song “If You Say So” exposes all that raw excruciating grief and extreme sadness of losing a lovely person who was special to her.
The song was about the final words Cory Monteith spoke to her before his plunge into unconscious oblivion. The words and the melody simply take you to another level altogether. It is a rare glimpse into the torn and tortured soul of the artist.
How she lost a close lover is told through mellifluent sounds and meaningful language. Lea says that she sometimes truly feels that Cory is somewhere up there looking down upon her.
And it is at moments like these when the nostalgia just starts washing all over her again. The two had discussed plans of having children in the future and even how they’d become obese when older.
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