Music Monday: Elizabeth and the Catapult

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Like I said last week when I was tagged: I’m trying a few new things out this week (as are most of the people who read Kristen Lamb’s post on Why Writers Blogging About Writing Is Bad). So in the spirit of #myWANA and trying something new I’m going to start a little thing on Mondays where I post a song I’ve been listening to. I’ll try to keep them from artists who aren’t as well known, so you can find some new music and they can find some new fans. Everyone wins 🙂

This week’s Music Monday is “Do Not Hang Your Head” by Elizabeth and the Catapult (you can listen to the entire album at the website. “Go Away My Lover” and “Dreamcatcher” are my other two must-listen songs on the album):

If ever I do hurt you
Make your willows bend
If ever I do deceive you
Darlin, do not hang your head

If ever I betray you
Cast shadows on your light
I pray that you may pardon
And forgive me by and by

Oh my, baby cast another light
Oh my, baby cast another light

Cause in our greatest conquest
We are what fate depends
That’s the heroes we once dreamt of
When we were children in our bed

And in our greatest triumphs
We cannot shake the fear
That the ones we once treasured
May at any given second disappear

My dear, may we never disappear
My dear, may we never disappear

Cause we are just animals
Living in the wild
But we too, can be civil friend
I’d like to try that now
I’d like to try that now

So I know I don’t deserve you
But if I ever dare forget
May you help my heart remember
And bring me home again

You’ll see why I’m so into this song at the end of Aleda’s Story *evil grin* What’s your Music Monday song?

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Rebecca Enzor

Rebecca Enzor is a chemist in Charleston, SC who writes Young Adult and New Adult Fantasy and Magical Realism. Repped by Eric Smith of P.S. Literary.

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