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Thoughts and prayers to her family and friends 

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The Best is on my daily playlist. Legend in her own lifetime.

Life is what you make it.

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Tina Turner was the first black artist and first female to be on the cover of Rolling Stone. They ranked her among the 100 greatest artists/singers of all time. Definitely the "queen of rock." RIP Tina!

My sincere condolences to all who loved her; family, friends, and fans.

Like Blue, "The Best" is one of my favorites songs too:

Let your life be driven with purpose!

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It's not the time to explain about The Best, but let's say it has been hijacked in Glasgow as a sectarian anthem.


Interesting! I'm aware that Tina Turner did some tweaking and re-writing of the song, which without a doubt took it to another level.  The song to me is quite romantic, a love song that I can relate too. I'm sure there's different trajectories. I never found it offensive. But then again, I never really paid attention to it until Tina Turner made it a hit. Therefore, I only saw the song that she tweaked as a positive thing.

: )


Too much us and them in this world.

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I'm glad she has finally found peace. She had such a violent life.

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I've seen a movie and a documentary about her. To say that she was "one-of-a-kind" would be an understatement. She broke barriers on many levels, and truly made a difference. 

I must say that I felt badly for her for another reason besides the obvious ones: She had such tremendous success as a solo artist, yet whenever she was interviewed, the first thing the interviewers would ask was, "What about Ike? Do you still talk to him? Are you still mad?" She was very gracious in side-stepping those questions, in fact she even wrote a book about it so she wouldn't have to answer those questions any more. Yet they still kept asking. 

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Her recent documentary chronicled her bouts of illnesses and it was, in her words, a "goodbye" to her American fans beyond the tour. 

I respected her ability to bounce back from the level of abuse and adversity she faced as a young woman to be this fierce and gracious woman who impacted millions through her music.

"He who is not courageous enough to take risks will accomplish nothing in life." - Muhammad Ali

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