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Can somebody please tell me who did the music for the scene where Shelby destroyed the campsite? It was a powerful scene with powerful content and powerful music. I am not sure which episode of Higher Ground this occurred in, but I believe it was one of the last three or four episodes of the show. It seems to me that the song was about either innocence or victimization. I would like to learn the name of the song as well as the artist or band who performed it. The show had some wonderful writers who seemed to have a level of sensitivity toward tough issues like abuse, cutting, addiction and other things faced by kids today. My hat is off to Mr. Lando and Crew. Addyam
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