A Room of My Own

from by Heather Maloney

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I had a womb.
I had a womb of my own in my old home,
I had a womb.

I was in a constant state of falling.
I heard, the ground was calling calling.
oh and I knew...

I had a room.
I had a room of my own in my old home,
I had a room.

I lay underneath the sapphire ceiling and underneath the plastic star-glow.
I drew a hundred pictures in an hour's time, the images poured in through my eyes.
oh and I knew...

I had a tomb.
I had a tomb of my own in my old home,
I had a tomb.

I was in a constant state of falling.
I read a hundred stories in an hour's time, the chapters poured in through my mind.
oh and I knew...

that it would happen again.
And it would happen again.
It would happen again.

credits

from Time & Pocket Change, released April 1, 2011
HEATHER MALONEY (LEAD & BACKING VOCALS, ACOUSTIC GUITAR)
NORM DEMOURA (BACKING VOCALS, SHAKER, BASS, TAMBOURINE)
JOSEPH BOYLE (LEAD GUITAR, RHYTHM GUITAR, BASS, BACKING VOCALS)
DON MCAULAY (DRUMS)

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Heather Maloney Northampton, Massachusetts

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"Extremely talented song writer and incredibly great singer." (Jonny Lang, Grammy award winning artist)

"Definitely deserves to be recognized." (Unveiled Arts, NYC)

"This album is incredible, I'm blown away." (Jay Moberg, WUMB Boston Radio)

"Stunning folk rock..." (Worcester Magazine)
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