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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.

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.

Daniel Shen

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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