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Daniel Shen

In their Sunset Serenade performance of “Carry Me Home” by Jorja Smith, sophomores Alyssa Kathryn and Bea Ocampo combine determined voices on the song’s last chorus. “It was a nice, mellow song that had a good message about how there’s always going to be someone you can depend on when you’re down,” Alyssa said.

Carry Me Home

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