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Putting those feelings into words will likely heighten that emotional trip back in time. " Margy was formed while Molly was writing "a lot of material that I really loved and connected to that didn't really fit stylistically with Blonde Roses", she said, adding that both bands plan to get back into the recording studio soon. At the end of the day, I wanted it to represent her, and no one else could do that for her like I could. Wonder where are you now Wonder where are you now It's to late now because I'm growing old But I need you to deal with my sorrow Just a memory Just a broken frame And I know that I have no one else to blame Did you make it? Cause I'm thinking of you You showed me how How to live like I do If it wasn't for you I would never be who I am To my first girlfriend I thought for sure was the one To my last girlfriend Sorry that I screwed it up To the ones I loved But didn't show it enough Where are you now Where are you now Cause I'm thinking of you You showed me how How to live like I do If it wasn't for you I would never be who I am I know we'll never see those days again And things will never be that way again But that's just how it goes People change but I know I won't forget you To the ones who cared And who we're there from the start To the love that left And took a piece of my heart To the few who'd swear I'd never go anywhere Where are you now? Where are you now that I need ya? "Heck, my mom used to put up with my first band, , loudly recording songs, with my dad in our living room, for hours on end — and she always did it with a smile. Cause I'm thinking of you You showed me how How to live like I do If it wasn't for you I would never be how I am If it wasn't for you I would never be who I am If it wasn't for you I'd be nothing Where are you now? Like anyone who has captured their family holidays or get-togethers on video and constantly hits rewind to keep experiencing the sights and sounds, those memories can be bittersweet. Couldn't find you anywhere When you broke down I didn't leave ya I was by your side So where are you now that I need ya? Should have told you that you're beautiful I wonder where are you now Wonder where are you now Now Wonder where are you now Would you know my name? It's to honor Molly's mother Rhoda, whose death eight months ago was mourned not only by her devoted family but the many friends she made during 63 incredible years of a life that was cruelly cut short. Would you know it and did you feel the same? "In the blink of an eye, my entire world was flipped upside down," Molly shared. Uh-Huh Where are you now that I need you? " The final clip in the video shows Daryl and Rhoda Portier on their European trip, enjoying a train ride through the countryside. It's a cycle that I'm still running through on repeat eight months later. The services provided on this website are made available by lastminute. So many emotions were pouring out of me, I didn't know how to handle it. All I could do was sit on my air mattress and angrily strum my guitar, and scream and cry all at once. "Grief feels like this never-ending loop of nostalgia and memories rushing through your body, and when you reach the end of the tape, they shatter into a million pieces," Molly said. "It's the last recording I have of her voice — I listen to it every single day," Molly said. I need you, I need you I need you, I need you You, I need you the most Where are you now that I need you? "Her iconic phrases were 'Lawdy Bee' and 'Holy Moly'. " Molly also wrote the song to get her feelings out in the open. " Two weeks after her mom was buried, Molly made a demo for "Where Are You Now", and the verses heard in the final recording were takes that went right into her laptop. I need you the most I need you the most I need you the most. "After the funeral, I flew back to a new city and a new job and an empty house. I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you Where are you now that I need you? When I saw you I would lose control Made me feel like there was no tomorrow Should've told you that you're beautiful But the days pass and now it's so long ago Did you make it? That's what this video represents to me. She was a friend and second mom to many. Where are you now that I need you? I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you the most. "Matthew who plays keyboards and I were not only already bandmates in Blonde Roses, but best friends that connect so deeply on music that it felt natural to write together. I gave you the key When the door wasn't open Just admit it See I gave you faith Turned your doubt into hoping, can't deny it Now I'm all alone and my joys turned to moping Tell me, where are you now that I need you? Three years later, Molly Mikhael is married, living in Austin, Texas, dividing time between her job as a studio project manager at Liaison Creative Marketing and doing double duty as singer-songwriter of Blonde Roses and , the duo she recently founded with bandmate Matthew McElveen. Couldn't find you anywhere When you broke down I didn't leave you, Oh I was by your side So where are you now that I need you, Huh? She paved a path for me that allowed me to freely express myself without judgment, and for that I am forever grateful. "More often than not, people are made to feel like they should hide their pain simply because it makes other people uncomfortable. " If "Where Are You Now" seems like a rhetorical question without a question mark, it's probably because Molly already has her answer. Her smile was infectious and her aura was warm, to the point where she was known for it. It was a that served as my introduction to Louisiana-based and Molly Rose Portier, their dynamic lead singer, in 2016. " The Portiers returned from a two-week trip to Europe last September, and on October 4 helped their youngest daughter make her move to Austin, where she was starting a new job a month before her husband Anthony arrived. Described by her daughter as "a fighter, a warrior, a mother, a wife", Rhoda passed away on 21 October 2018, from stage four breast cancer that had spread rapidly. Molly said the song was written not out of a moment of strength "but rather a moment of confusion and pain. "It shatters so intensely, every single inch of your body feels it. As a loving tribute, Molly Mikhael presents the premiere of Margy's music video for "Where Are You Now", which coincides with. I need you, I need you, I need you, I need you I need you the most Where are you now that I need ya? I gave you attention when nobody else was paying, HMM I gave you the shirt off my back what you saying To keep you warm I showed you the game everybody else was playing That's for sure That's for sure And I was on my knees when nobody else was praying, Oh Lord Where are you now that I need you? Wonder where are you now Wonder where are you now Where are you now? Where are you now Do you need to be found Are you lost in the crowd and I'm passing you Am I moving too fast for you Cause I'll slow down Where are you now I'm screaming out loud Hopelessly thinking you'll hear me And come running to me but you're not around Where are you now Oh, where are you now Your smile, makes me do the same and your laugh, It take me away cause you're everything That I've been searching for We've never met, you're just in my dreams But I know that you're looking for me We'll know at the moment we meet Where are you now Do you need to be found Are you lost in the crowd and I'm passing you Am I moving too fast for you Cause I'll slow down Where are you now I'm screaming out loud Hopelessly thinking you'll hear me And come running to me but you're not around Where are you now Where are you now Oh, where are you now Where are you now Where are you now Where are you now I'm screaming out loud Where are you now but you're not around oh, where are you now but you're not around Where are you now I'm screaming out loud hopelessly thinking you'll hear me And come running to me but you're not around Where are you now. I gave you attention When nobody else was payin ' I gave you the shirt off my back What you sayin' To keep you warm I showed you the game everybody else was playin ' That's for sure And I was on my knees When nobody else was prayin', oh lord Where are you now that I need ya? She loved to sing, in her own 'Bob Dylan' kind of way, and dance like a free-spirited gypsy queen," Molly fondly recalled. I was out of my mind terrified. Uh-Huh I need you the most I need you the most, I need you the most, I need you the most. There wasn't a soul that met her that she didn't leave a permanent mark on — she never met a stranger. Maybe somewhere you think about me too I wonder where are you now Wonder where are you now Now Wonder where are you now Would you know my name? I desperately needed to write this song to keep my head on straight. "I realize this song won't strike a chord with everyone, but for the people that have been here, I hope they find some comfort in knowing they aren't alone. To my favorite teacher Told me never give up To my fifth grade crush Who I thought I really loved To the guys I miss and the girls we kissed Where are you now To my ex-best friends Don't know how we grew apart To my favorite bands And sing-a-longs in my car To the face I see in my memories Where are you now Where are you now? I need you, I need you I need you, I need you, I need you Where are you now that I need you? For anyone who never met her mother, Molly also wants them to know this: "She was truly one of a kind. Comprised of black-and-white home movies that include her sister Leslie but were shot before Molly was born, she said of her heartfelt homage to Rhoda, "I reached out to a few folks to make a music video, but decided to ultimately make something on my own. Where are you now that I need ya? "She would make you laugh harder than you ever had before until your cheeks felt sore. Molly and I traded emails for an interview that accompanied the premiere of at the Huffington Post, covering the 24-year-old's astonishing acting debut as a femme fatale, the band's alternative rock 'n' roll 'n' blues sound and the issues of a front woman "merely seen as a sex object" within a boys club. " Molly right with her mother Rhoda Meyer Portier. "I hate how taboo of a topic grief is, and it's something I want to desperately change," she said. Where are you now that I need you? "I know one day things will get easier, but right now I'm living in this, and I'm not ashamed of that," Molly wrote in an email interview for this article. I need you, I need you I need you, I need you I need you, I need you, I need you I need you, I need you, I need you You, I need you the most I gave you the key when the door wasn't open Just admit it See I gave you faith turned your doubt into hoping Can't deny it Now I'm all alone and my joys turned to moping Tell me here Where are you now that I need you? Surrounded by her loved ones, Rhoda Meyer Portier died at home under hospice care six days after that and was buried on 26 October. Did you manage to be who you wanna be? Today 21 June , Molly and I connect under completely different circumstances. Why should anyone feel like the only safe place they have to grieve is alone and hidden? There was this indescribable bright light that radiated out of her that consumed everything and everyone in her presence. Paul Broussard of — "so instrumental in the writing and recording process," Molly said — produced the track. This website is property of BravoNext, S. Wonder where are you now Wonder where are you now. It features Lafayette, Louisiana, violinist Nikia Sayre, who also plays on "Gypsy Drum", another song by the duo Margy a shortened version of Margaret, Molly's real name. "My parents have always encouraged me to explore my passions and are my biggest cheerleaders," she said. Just imagine one shining star, a free-spirited gypsy queen singing and swaying among the clouds, proudly smiling down on her blessed daughter, and that's all you need to know. Music has always been therapy for me, and the only real way for me to work through whatever I'm feeling at any given time. She always made you feel loved and heard, because you were with her. 228 , a company belonging to lastminute. Crediting her mom and dad for helping her at a young age discover many legendary artists such as Joni Mitchell and Simon and Garfunkel, Molly went on to earn a bachelor's degree in music industry studies from Loyola University in New Orleans. " Spend a few quiet moments taking in the touching video and Molly's absolutely beautiful voice, then read on to learn more about the song, the songwriter and her thoughts about Rhoda, whom she remembers as "one of the greatest women to ever live. … "You feel the grief, the pain, the hurt, the confusion, the anger, the acceptance over and over again. Eleven days later, Molly's father called to share the shockingly sad news — her mother was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.。 。

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