"Soulbreaking" is a three-piece rock song, inspired by a letter written by a fan attempting to deal with incest:
"It was just an anonymous e-mail from a young girl," Martin says, "who had heard about my involvement in the White Ribbon campaign, which is men against violence against women. "She wasn't really looking for any answers she wasn't asking that of me. She was just saying that the music of The Tea Party helped her get through.Martin hoped that by writing a response through song and writing lyrics from the lines in the letter "Soulbreaking" will offer a thread of strength to the girl and girls like her that they can get themselves out of those situations.
'The Duck' plays down his status as high flier after taming Oakmont Argentine a mystery no longer, writes Douglas Lowe
Jun 19, 2007; THE first player from Argentina to claim a major championship since Roberto de Vicenzo won the Open at Hoylake in 1967, Angel...