Carry You Home [Single]

Mama's Black Sheep

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Donna Schonher was a dear friend, a fan, a Mom, a wife, a ball of fire, and a force of nature. She could light up a room with her smile, create something funny from nothing, and always make you feel like you were the only person in the room. She was a lover of life, of laughter, of music, and of the beach. This past February we lost Donna to a very aggressive cancer diagnosed only six months earlier. After her diagnosis, we wrote and dedicated this song “Carry You Home” to Donna, her husband Erik and their son Mac. The song is one about struggle, and we all have them, no matter how large or small. We were fortunate to be able to spend New Year’s Day with the Schonher family and play the song for them in person. Donna was employed by the Better Business Bureau and in honor of her service and her deep commitment to business and personal ethics, they have named the top award in their annual Laws of Life Essay Contest The Schonher Scholarship. The contest is offered to high school students as part of a program aimed at developing the character in today’s students so they become the ethical, responsible and trustworthy employees and citizens of tomorrow. The Schonher Scholarship is the top honor awarded to one deserving high school senior each year. Proceeds from the download of this song will benefit the fund for The Schonher Scholarship and help Donna’s memory and legacy live on. Many thanks for your support. -Laura & Ashland Mama’s Black Sheep

Additional Contributions to the Schonher Scholarship Fund can be sent to: Arkansas BBB Education Foundation 12521 Kanis Road Little Rock, AR 72211 [Designate as "Schonher Scholarship"]

Credits: Music & Lyrics: Laura Cerulli Piano & Vocal: Laura Cerulli Guitar & Vocal: Ashland Miller Recorded at SongBuilder Studios | Catonsville, MD Engineered by: Stephen J. Antonelli Produced by: Mama’s Black Sheep & Stephen J. Antonelli

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