Johnny Orr Band Releases New Single About Autism

The Johhny Orr Band recently released a new song called “We’ll Get By” that’s written from the perspective of a child with autism. Orr wrote the song at the request of a friend who has two autistic children, and the release coincides with Autism Awareness Month. The lyrics offer a glimpse into the world of autism, and reveal a child looking simply for understanding.

Maybe I don’t speak too well, but I’m coming outta my shell
And I like playing by myself if you can’t tell
I like to go to school, yeah I’m a miracle, and I’m glad to be alive
If you’ll wait patiently, well then eventually
I will understand the words that you’re saying to me

Watch the official music video below to hear more.
Read more at http://blog.theautismsite.com/johnny-orr-band-releases-new-single-about-autism/#Dfmdm2BCvR2uA0l3.99

Johnny Orr Band Releases New Single About Autism

The Johhny Orr Band recently released a new song called “We’ll Get By” that’s written from the perspective of a child with autism. Orr wrote the song at the request of a friend who has two autistic children, and the release coincides with Autism Awareness Month. The lyrics offer a glimpse into the world of autism, and reveal a child looking simply for understanding.

Maybe I don’t speak too well, but I’m coming outta my shell
And I like playing by myself if you can’t tell
I like to go to school, yeah I’m a miracle, and I’m glad to be alive
If you’ll wait patiently, well then eventually
I will understand the words that you’re saying to me

Watch the official music video below to hear more.
Read more at http://blog.theautismsite.com/johnny-orr-band-releases-new-single-about-autism/#Dfmdm2BCvR2uA0l3.99

A new song by the Johnny Orr band was inspired by Orr’s friend who has two children with autism, and the release of the song coincides with autism awareness month. Written from the perspective of a child with autism who just wants understanding, this song lets listeners learn something from the lyrics.

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