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Hooked Like Helen

Hooked Like Helen

Concrete Tub
Artist(s): Hooked Like Helen

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Writer(s):
Elisha D. Erskine (ASCAP) 10% / Jonathan Stipp (BMI) 40% / Nicole Stipp (BMI) 50%


Publisher(s):
Burnt Toast Music (ASCAP) 10% / Black Toast Music (BMI) 90%


Category:
Rock


Subcategories:
Alternative, Electronica, Female Vocal, Indie College Radio, Indie Pop, Indie Rock, Instrumental


Keywords:
Assertive, Assurance, Atmospheric, Attitude, Chill, Dark, Delay, Distortion, Driving, Dynamic, Edge, Empowering, Funky, Groove, Moody, Mysterious, Nocturnal, Reflective, Sassy


Similar Artists:
Broadcast, Broken Bells, City And Colour, Feist, Frou Frou, Gotye, Imogen Heap, Joan Armatrading, Joss Stone, Lisa Mitchell, Meg Mac, Zero 7


Instruments:
Bass, Drums, Electric Guitar, Keyboard, Rhodes Electric Piano, Wurlitzer Electric Piano


BPM:
112


Key:
Am


Tempo:
Medium/Midtempo


Time Signature:
4/4


Lyrics:
Concrete Tub

Tepid water floats
multicolored rosebuds
but is she even breathing
immersed in a concrete tub
A wall of ivy
cast iron scroll and stone
Tell me where is she hiding
and is she all alone?

Long and tawny hair
encircling her like a frame
her unmoving body
It's unclear the blame
for she's unearthly pale
and she must be cold
Tell me where is she hiding
and is she all alone?

In control
steady and slow
The girl is taking over
You don't even know her
Best believe me
looks are deceiving
She's stronger than you think
The girl is a
this girl is a machine

Instantly I'm taken
by the look of peace on her face
and if I'm not mistaken
there's something familiar about this place
I lean in closer so I can see
like lightning
oh my god
that's when it hit me

In control
steady and slow
The girl is taking over
You don't even know her
Best believe me
looks are deceiving
She's stronger than you think
The girl is a
this girl is a machine

Is she all alone
Is she even breathing Is she all alone



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