Many of Taylor Swift's fans claim the pop star's music has changed their lives, but for high school senior Charli Robertson, the 25-year-old's tunes have actually worked miracles!
Robertson has cerebral palsy, and in the fall of 2012, she suffered such severe seizures that they erased her memory. “I didn’t know my own mother. I didn’t even know who I was,” she tells 'FOX8.'
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“It got to a point where I was wondering, was she ever going to come back?” explains her mom, Sheri Robertson. “[Doctors] had kind of given up because they had done everything.”
But when Robertson heard the T-Swift song, 'Mean,' her memory began to come back, and was fully restored by April of 2013.
“I think it was the part, 'You can’t take me down,' that brought me back,” Robertson tells 'FOX8' of the lyrics. “I want to say thank you to her.”
With the help of radio station 93.1 The Wolf, the teen's scored backstage passes to the singer's Greensboro, N.C., concert in October. We have a feeling that meet-and-greet will be nothing short of amazing!
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