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I need good news. Please. Any good uga football news to cheer me up. I just lost 5 completely finished song lyrics I was sitting on, waiting to be recorded, mixed, mastered and marketed, and as an artist, this is one of the most awful, depressing and flatout terrible things that could ever happen to someone. I poured my heart and soul into these songs, as I do for every one, but the worst part is I had already purchased the beats from the producers and these songs in particular had extremely special meaning to them because they told the story of addiction from all angles, the perspective of addiction personified, the addict, the drug itself, how the addiction snakes it’s way into a persons life, and finally, my personal motivations, the why, and how I overcame my personal addiction after years and years of relentless fighting. The one silver lining is that’s just the tip of the iceberg(on my Mac I have about 100 more songs I’m currently sitting on that are backed up thankfully but this just stings so **** bad. This is the worst feeling in the world. These songs are nothing less than my children and every song I write I develop an attachment to. I’m particularly attached to the 5 most recent ones because of how transparent I allowed myself to be. Do any of my tech savvy Dawg fans know how to possibly recover unsaved word document files? The brief research online I’ve come across says that after 4 days of being unsaved, they’re deleted but surely there has to be some sort of way to recover them from somewhere on the computer. I am literally setting aside all my pride here and begging. These songs were meant to reach people in the darkest of times and hopefully change some lives for the better. I’m crushed right now. If you’re not sure then, good old dawg news is always appreciated of course but still... I’m absolutely desperate here. Comment off topic if you want but either option will be welcomed with open arms(dawg news OR tech news, and not the bad kind). Thank you sincerely for anyone bothering to rely either way and I hope you have a better night than I’ve had so far.