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Cat’s 2021 Autism Action Month Playlist

Playlistby Cathy Jameson

I never know which songs I’ll share for this fun Sunday post until I hear them.  That’s why I keep a little notepad in my car and write down titles and lyrics of songs that I like.  Some of them remind me of someone I know.  Others bring up a memory of something I’ve had to do for my children.  Some songs just evoke the perfect emotion – happy, sad, and even righteous anger. 

I’ve loved being able to share just a few of my favorites previous years.  Here’s my current playlist for 2021, a year that just doesn’t make sense.  

White Town – Your Woman

Oh, hee hee hee! Ha ha ha!  I heard this one after listening to the news one day last year.  Big Pharma, Big Brother, Big Government and Tony Fauci were spouting all sorts of doom and gloom on the news talk station.  Doom!  Gloom!  But, wait! Help was on the way!  But first…more masks, more quarantines, and ah, yes, more restrictions.  Then talk of a magical vaccine that could end all of this filled the airwaves.  If only people would comply.  Tired Tony just couldn’t wait to talk about that.  I couldn’t take the drivel anymore, so I changed the station.  Then I laughed. 

Boy, you can't play me that way

Well, I guess what you say is true

I could never be the right kind of girl for you


Dear dear Tony, I could never be your woman.  Ever. ;)

Alarm – Rescue Me

Lock downs.  Neighbors ratting on neighbors.  Virtual signally.  Vaccine passports.  If I didn’t live and breathe it, I would’ve thought the last year and a half was a story from a bad novel.  But here we are over a year later living some absolutely crazy times.  Some days, it makes me want to run far, far away.  Anyone wanna go in on a deserted island with me?  Please?

Rescue me
I'm on the run like a refugee
Rescue me
Oh come on rescue me


Do hang in there, friends!  I know the fight is hard, but I do believe some good will come. 


I hope. 

I Don’t Know How But They Found Me – Leave Me Alone

This one is such a funky song.  The lyrics are all over the place, but when I hear this line…

Now I want you to leave me alone

…I crank it. 



To all the people saying I must comply TO ALL THE THINGS YOU SAY WILL SAVE US from this recoverable illness, I have this to say:

… I want you to leave me alone

World Party – Ship of Fools

Save me!  Save me from tomorrow.  I know what is happening today, but it’s tomorrow that sometimes frightens me.  This song is my new anthem. 

You will pay tomorrow
You're gonna pay tomorrow, yeah
You're gonna pay tomorrow


Save me, save me from tomorrow
I don't want to sail with this ship of fools, no, no, no
Save me, save me from tomorrow
I don't want to sail with this ship of fools


An awesome 80s musical masterpiece, who else wants to join me and avoid the ship of fools navigating the COVID efforts? 

Royal Blood – Trouble’s Coming

Restaurants have gone out of business.  Schools have completely shut down.  Teaching and learning has gone permanently online for some.  Mental health issues have increased.  Addictions have also.  When we were asked to flatten the curve last March, who saw all of that coming when the lockdowns started? 

<Raises hand>



Trouble's coming but I still don't know when
That's the voice that I can hear in my head
I hear it over and over again

I hear trouble coming
I hear trouble coming
I hear trouble coming
Over and over again

Sadly, that trouble isn’t over either. 

Johnny Diaz – Breathe

Oh, how this song makes me want to just breathe. 


When the stress is on the rise in my heart I feel you say just

Breathe, just breathe
Come and rest at my feet
And be, just be
Chaos calls but all you really need
Is to just breathe

The trouble, the madness, and the fighting to retain rights – COVID brought a whole new level of stress.  As I’ve done in the past, I turned to music to help heal my soul.  I love that something as simple as a song can help.  When I find just the right one, I take time to listen to it again, to reflect on the words.  Then I pray that I can regain the strength I need to tackle what’s in front of me.  As awful as things are, I promise to find the strength to keep going forward. 

As always, if you have a favorite song you want to share, please link it in the comment section below.  Tell us why you like it, too.  If it’s got a good beat, I promise to dance to it in my kitchen. 

Cathy Jameson is a Contributing Editor for Age of Autism. 



I listen to a lot of Tool - Descending is my current favorite. We were going to go to the concert but that went the way of democracy.


Stir us from our
Wanton slumber
Mitigate our ruin
Call us all to arms and order


Me and my grace.
I can dance to this.


As I was getting a decent grasp on what was happening this song was a life jacket. Strange dance I imagine.



Agree, Carolyn M.

If they’d acknowledge autism’s causes,
would get the neuron destroying metals + rage inducing, aggression inducing additional toxins + aluminum out of severe autism patients brains and bodies,

stop piling on new toxic insults (such as vaccines + pharmaceuticals, etc)

at least some real progress would be made.

If the ECT-approving author’s son would’ve have good, long term/daily detoxification therapies + biomed, he probably wouldn’t need ECT (sad she denies links to aluminum + general vaccine toxins to aggression and neurological impairment.)

Our world is a toxic soup. Toxic, rage and aggression inducing aluminum and metals + extra toxins are injected into countless bodies, especially human babies and children.

American + more and more international schools (especially in the UK + NI) resemble psych wards (practically are, many in UK are made for severe autism/SPED students)

I’m sick of K Drama because of Good Doctor (which exploits savants to romanticize autism) + don’t want to hear anything from Temple Grandin anymore (she also glamorizes autism + American media barely talks about autism outside of Tumblr, Good Doctor and Temple Grandin).

I want much more realistic, dark dramas/non-sensationalist media about the majority of autism cases (especially the most violent/severe stories) to come back to spotlight. So we’d acknowledge autism causes so we can rescue countless new generations against autism and its causes.


"If it’s got a good beat, I promise to dance to it in my kitchen. "

Sinach - REJOICE


They got rid of electric shock treatments for a brief while.

Then Some people sufferings from severe depression said it helped them and so back it came.
I know my best friend in school father had a stroke and was continuously trying to kill himself. Her mother found him one morning trying to hang himself, and just started beating on him. They gave him electric shock treatments and all of that stopped. He was a math teacher, a good one. Students use to come to his house all the time and he tutored them - the ones trying to get into med school, pharma school and all. He was not able to teach, but he did farm and farmed very well. he still died young. They found him in a field. There is some serous inflammation going on in a lot of us.

Real true science should have already been on this and addressed inflammation by now.

They knocked him out, or put him under like regular surgery and did it.

It can't be good for the brain?
Aggressive behaviors , or depression how is it working? Is it doing further brain injuries till that what ever the new developing problem, is not a problem anymore? Then it is just a hit and miss, and hardly a science or a treatment. .

When Jesus comes back -- there maybe a lot of people

Carolyn M

" - ",

The NCSA does not believe that vaccines cause autism. Jill Escher (one of the founders of that organization) refuses to believe that vaccines could cause of autism. She even read and reviewed "Denial: How Refusing To Face the Facts About Our Autism Epidemic Hurts Children, Families and Our Future" by Dan Olmstead and Mark Blaxill - and totally denigrated the part of the book where the authors discuss causation. I have also read that she was very much in favor of individuals with autism being given priority for the administration of Covid vaccines.

To the best of my recollection, the only person on their website who has blogged about ECT is Amy Lutz. She used it on her son and states that it eliminated his aggressive behavior toward other people. I do not know what else she tried, but I have not seen ANY mention of biomedical treatments on that website. (Just so you know, I am NOT in favor of ECT)!

It is a shame - that organization could have been helpful for individuals who have severe autism.


Blessings Mr Martinez!
In a different life
Mine & All are well

Yours are Mine
Mine are Yours


Nigerian gospel singer Sinach takes you to the heavenly realm....


When I need a vicarious feeling I have missed for a while.

Al Green- I Feel Good


It may move your feet.


Really love these songs.

But I’d like to warn everyone that National Council on Severe Autism (NCSA) endorses uses of torture disguised as therapy (such as ECT) while ignoring how vaccine adjuvants (especially aluminum) are clearly causing severe autism to explode.

If NCSA endorses ECT and other “treatments” while ignoring the autism epidemics causes, nothing will improve.

Gerardo Martinez

Good Morning to all! Happy Sunday. Went to a super spreader event yesterday with my completely unvaccinated and very healthy youngest son. Oh How I wish all my family could be there, but unfortunately, it was my wife's turn to say at home with our vaccine induced brain damage nonverbal autistic son. We trusted and got burned- Never again for us Pharma! We had a blast! It was a MLB baseball game. And although the signs said must wear your faucci masks when not "eating or drinking", the majority of people did not comply. Oh the horror! We had a great time. Maskless people cheering for their favorite teams- I Love it- Love Freedom! Love the songs selection. Keep up the common sense fight Ms. Jameson. Blessings to all!

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