Go Wandering: Songs from "Alice"

by Skye Zentz

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This EP contains Skye's versions of her original songs from Old Dominion University's "Alice". The play (written by Lee Smith and suggested by Lewis Carrol's classic Alice stories) centers around a 14 year old girl named Alice who lives in Louisiana, and a topsy turvy adventure she takes through a new kind of Wonderland, where she learns about accepting who she is but, more importantly, enjoying the journey of getting there.

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released April 5, 2017

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Skye Zentz Norfolk, Virginia

Skye writes truth and hope,
bends it and shapes it into
a singable form

Hailing from southeast Virginia, her Father's late music store, Ramblin Conrad's, was once her childhood playground. She hopes to live her next life as a dolphin or an elf.
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Track Name: Watching the Clock
Hatter:
The Big Bad world’s a scary place
Its best to play it safe and keep your head on your shoulders
Perhaps you’ll understand when you’re older
enjoy your tea while there is time

Hare:
I'd settle down if I were you,
Before you run yourself straight into trouble
Hatter:
Here in our quaint little bubble you’ll find
That there’s no need to hide
Coz there’s nobody telling you
How to behave

CHORUS
You don’t need to
Hit the road to follow your heart, child
You’ll only end up back where you began
And there’s no sense in cleaning your plate
If you’re only gonna mess it up all over again

No use wishing to wander
Coz wandering will make you wish you were home
And Watching the clock don’t make the good times start
It’s time you started making your own


Alice:
I’m not sure of where I am
Still curious to see just where I’m going
With all these different ways I’m growing
Staying the same feels sort of strange

Hare:
Well, if life’s an open book
I’d rather not look past the page I’m on now
Hatter:
The table of contents is nonsense and
I’ve got a sense that I’m better
at keeping it simple
Than making a change


CHORUS


BRIDGE
Hatter:
I remember back when things were different
Now I like em just the way they are
Because the only sort of tinkering I'm doing
Is thinking on the twinkling of a star


CHORUS

Hatter:
No, watching the clock don't make the good times start
Its time you started making your own