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Eleanor Dubinsky suggests we all work to "Turn It Around," the first single from her upcoming third album, Soft Spot of My Heart (launching Spring, 2018). "Turn It Around," co-written with pianist and composer Frank Ponzio, is a soulful tribute to the spring that comes after a long winter, literally and spiritually. To underline her uplifting message, she welcomes the powerful joy of Brooklyn based contemporary gospel ensemble Greg Stamper Stamper & Soul21, who make a noteworthy appearance on two songs on her new record. Music Blog, Digital High calls Dubinsky a “confidence cultivator” and Turn It Around, "A cut that can only warm your spirits."

Lyrics

When you're troubled and the world is pulling at your feet
Open your eyes you never know what you might see
Feeling weary got the weight of the world on me
underneath there is newness bubbling under my feet

Turn It Around...
Turn it around
there are colors underneath the icy ground

Have you smelled fresh rain after a storm
When the soil opens and the earth gets warm
Roots grown down, the birds they plant new seeds
If spring flowers can open we can be released

Turn It Around...
Turn it around
there are colors underneath the icy ground
Turn It Around...
Turn it around
there are colors underneath the icy ground
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Interlude
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Turn It Around
Turn It Around
Look for the colors, they're waiting for you
Turn it, turn it, turn it around
Look for the colors, the storm is over
Turn it, turn it, turn it around