Recover (featuring Mary Bragg)

from by Ali Sperry

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lyrics

Another devastation, chaos in the street

Wish it was a nightmare, but I am not asleep



Scattered on the pavement, innocence again

Promise of a future, coming to an end

Did it mean anything, anything at all



How do we recover, recover, recover



Hiding in the silence of sanctuary stone

Or looking for an answer

In the safety of our home



No one is exempt, can we go back to the start

What are we afraid of losing, we’ve already fallen apart

Doesn’t that mean anything, anything at all



How do we recover, recover, recover



History stuck on repeat

Loss that begs for us to grieve

Can’t be frozen in disbelief



How do we recover, recover, recover

credits

from Crooked Feelings, released February 24, 2017
Mary Bragg (Mary Bragg Music, ASCAP) and Ali Sperry (Nice Monster Music, SESAC)
Jon Estes: Guitars, Bass, Jamie Dick: Drums & Percussion, Kristin Weber: Violin, Mary Bragg, Molly Martin: Background Vocals

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Ali Sperry Nashville, Tennessee

Recorded at home in her rented pink villa in East Nashville, Ali Sperry’s 2017 release “Crooked Feelings”, “takes a step away from the singer/songwriter direction” of her previous releases. The arrangements are fuller (Produced by Jon Estes and Jamie Dick), the songs are more assured, and as an album comprised largely of co-writes, Ali’s voice is indelible throughout. ... more

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