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Feel The Fire Live Performance by Julie de Azevedo & Lex de Azevedo

Gratitude and love to all of you who attending my concert last week at Brigham Pianos in American Fork, UT. I loved putting on my singer-songwriter hat for an evening and spending it with so many friends and fans. It was a special treat to have my dad, Lex de Azevedo accompany me on several songs. At the last minute I decided to record the concert and Doug Larson of Pointe Digital graciously filmed the evening.

Here’s the song “Feel The Fire” (iTunes). We’ll be editing and posting more song videos soon so please check back.

Feel The Fire
(Written by Julie de Azevedo & Tyler Castleton)
Holy breath
Move in me
Warm my soul
Fill my need
I’ve grown so cold
From bitter rain
I need to feel the fire again

Hold me close
In Love’s sure grasp
Don’t let me go
I’m falling fast
Make from my embers
A mighty flame
And I need to feel the fire again

Like the heart of a child
Burning high
It once was mine
With the faith of a baby
Wrap me safely in His name

Here I am
A willing heart
Make a fire
From this tiny spark
I’ve known the burning
Of truest flames
And I need to feel the fire again

(c) 1999 Mohrgud Music

About Dr. Julie Hanks, LCSW:
Dynamic self & relationship expert Dr. Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW loves to make a difference for women. She owns Wasatch Family Therapy and regularly contributes to TV Shows and her advice has been featured nationally including Wall Street Journal, Parenting, Fox News, and others. Connect on Instagram, Facebook & Twitter. Her books The Burnout Cure and The Assertiveness Guide are now available. Dr. Hanks is currently accepting coaching clients.



This was nice to see Julie, thank you.
You just reinforced that it is okay for me to be a passionate singer and dancer, even though I am a therapist. It’s unfortunate that so many people think that therapy, art, and talent do not mix. But this is often far from reality. What gives us the “fire” we need as therapists often involves our own emotional lives, feelings of hurt, talent, and/or relationship/faith/salvation with God.
More therapists need to bridge the gap between their emotional selves and their profession. It brings us down to the human level we are truly living on. This was a good start.

All the best

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