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My Alopecia Anthem- “Im Beautiful” song lyrics

“I’m Beautiful” Song Lyrics

Featured on Project Liberation Soundtrack

Written and Performed By: Sandra Dubose-Gibson

Music produced by: Clayton Brock, Keith Carlyle and Rashaad Terrell

I used to think my beauty came from the outside
So the woman in my mirror I could not identify
I didn’t recognize my smile, my eyes, or personality
No regard for my intellect or the spirit in me
I admit that, I was wrong and my feelings had been hurt
But finally today I understand what I’m worth

And I’m beautiful
Inside and out- this is true Ooh- Ooh
I’m beautiful
With or without you, and so are you

The changes I’ve been through had an effect on me
Through the pain my eyes have opened and now I can really see
The real definition of me cannot be compromised
And my freedom came the day I realized
I admit that, I was wrong and my feelings had been hurt
But finally today, I understand what I’m worth

And I’m Beautiful
Inside and out- This is my truth Ooh- Ooh
I’m Beautiful
With or without you, and so are you

Take my advice my friend, don’t focus out- look in
No shortcuts to happiness, the work begins and it never ends
Then one day you will see my same reality
That after all of the pain and tears, there lies a beautiful me, A beautiful me……..

I’m Beautiful

This is my truth, this is my truth!

I’m Beautiful

With or without you, and so are you.

copyright 2008

I'm Beautiful

Singing my favorite song


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8 Responses

  1. I have the same story after attending the NAAF meeting I haven’t stopped playing your song ” I am Beautiful” My wig had not come off in16 years. I left the meeting without my wig and I have yet to wear it. You have been a great inspiration.

    Thank you-

    Michelle -NYC

    MichelleJuly 7, 2009 @ 6:02 pm
  2. Thank you Michelle. Congratulations and God Bless.

  3. Cool!!! Great post about this song.

  4. Cool!!! This song is really great.

  5. I’m not as strong as you are. Not yet. My husband has asked me not to wear my wig on our upcoming cruise, this November. I’m going to pray to God for strength to take this wig off and be free. I’m so glad I found your site. Please, stay in touch. I will join NAAF.

    Donna EdwardsSeptember 19, 2009 @ 9:40 pm
  6. I’m so glad to hear that. Thank you for your response. Be gentle with yourself. Take small steps. Why don’t you try not wearing the wig BUT wearing a really cool hat or scarf to start. If your feeling brave then take it off. If you start to feel a little uncomfortable, put your hat back on. It’s all about how YOU feel. It may be a gradual shift. If you continue to challenge yourself you will find that your confidence will grow every time you do it. Don’t feel pressured. It’s your walk. Walk slow or walk fast. Just as long as your moving your feet. Let me know how it goes. Love and Light!

  7. Hi
    I am moved by your self confidence. I am glad I found your site.My daughter has been diagnosed with alopecia universalis. She is 24. We are all here for her and support her in this unexpected journey.

    PatriciaOctober 4, 2009 @ 7:23 am
  8. I was 25 when my unexpected journey began so I can relate to how she feels at that age. Thanks for reaching out and please stay connected. Let he know that she does not have to walk this road alone. There is a great lesson in self love to be learned if you open yourself up to it. It’s not easy, but it is worth it and things could always be worse. Be encouraged and be blessed.



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