Roses on the Vine

from by Christine Fellows

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Come on, Gwen. Where’ve you been?
Are you feeling right? You got so thin.
What sets you running when you hear us coming?
You can’t hide from a landslide.

Maryanne, still so young. New Year’s Eve, in ’91.
You held his hand and looked around.
You could take that chain down.
You could take that chain down.

Bleeding heart and clover blooming, roses on the vine.
When it’s raining hard, darkness glooming,
I could change my mind.
I could change my mind.

Come on, Jean. You’ve got to get up.
Let’s comb that hair. You’re looking rough.
The nurse is coming, she’ll bring you something.
You could put your foot down.
You could put your foot down.
You could put your foot down

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from Roses on the Vine, released November 16, 2018

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Christine Fellows Winnipeg, Manitoba

Christine Fellows finds music in sounds we tend to take for granted: the voices of the people we love, the sounds of the spaces we move through as part of our daily lives. Fellows is based in Winnipeg, Canada, where she collaborates with artists from all disciplines to create and produce performance works and recordings. ... more

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