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Chapter 3: The Hatchet

by Jennah Bell

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In celebration of all the excitement that has happened in the last several months, and the CMJ festival, I have to decided to release a live version of my song, "Chapter 3: The Hatchet" available for download. This one was recorded at an event I did at the "Mother" ad agency in NYC with two of my bandmates (Rene del Fierro, Basil Wajdowicz). Thank you so much to Emmai Alaquiva for the awesome pictures and artwork!

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Chapter 3: The Hatchet
by Jennah Bell

Once a grassland, now a wasteland
barren by, a jealous tide,
swept away a history,
a genesis of memories of you and I

once a highway, now a dry lane
stretches beyond, the breaking dawn
and we live on, in mere nursery songs...

I left roses in the garden, petals on the bed for you
we've lived a belly full, loved a many who
couldn't shield us from the arrows pointed to the truth
I left roses in the garden, petals for the funeral
I pray we'll meet again
I'd rather wait then say,
that this is how our tale has got to end

Where stood a gold mine, is now a coal mine
a yellow glow, thats turned to stone
Vibrant colored ruby eyes are vacant in a new disguise
of emperors clothes
and arms once open
since, have caved in
and rubble born, of mountain storms
oh patiently I still await, comfort in a warm embrace
but wind just blows,
and its turned me cold.

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released October 16, 2012
Written and performed by Jennah Bell
Guitar & Vox - Jennah Bell
Guitar - Rene del Fierro
keyboards - Basil Wajdowicz

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