“I never intentionally write songs, I just start strumming or playing the piano,” Zenobia said. “When writers start judging themselves, that is called ‘a writer’s curse.’” She elaborates on two curses that writers face. The first is, judging yourself. The second is when you hear something in the middle of the night and you tell yourself that you will remember it in the morning. “That’s the biggest lie you can tell yourself,” she said.
“In the music industry, women are rarely, if ever, called to compose, arrange and produce music. I’ve gotten several requests for my song, “Keep On Thinking” as it appeared in the closing credits of ABC’s Halloween Special, “The Halloween That Almost Wasn’t” starring Judd Hirsch and Mariette Hartley. So, again, I want to thank the men who lifted me up in this industry and believed in me. I hope to continue to make you proud because there’s much more music to come. Paul Jabara, Jobriath, Richard Foltz, Paul Wickliffe, Charlie Kipps, Vern of FV Sound, Mario Conte (Peer Southern Music) & Jay Boy Adams!.“