Ellyn Fleming

Ellyn Fleming

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Pop - Easy Listening | Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Total Song Plays: 3,314   
Member Since: 2006
   Last Login: 12/16/2017

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Plays:

6

Song Description

happy, upbeat , strong and hopeful

Story Behind the Song

a woman comes into her own, becomes comfortable with herself as a strong single woman. Feminism but not at all degrading in any way to men.

Lyrics

Well I'm 30 something an a woman baby
And the journey's been oh so long
I'm 30 something and a child baby
but I'm feeling mighty strong
I'm living on my own again
I don't know if I'll find a lover and if so when
Maybe I won't and maybe I will
But I've paid my share of the heartache bill

And I've come to believe that despair and joy are one in the same my love
because passion flows from a fountain pen and can never get enough
never get enough
never get enough
never get enough
never get enough

Did you get enough?
Did you get enough?

And I've come to believe that to win and lose
is one in the same to me
Cause we all fight the silent war in the struggle to be free, to be free
to be free, to be free
yeah! to be free!

Some they say I'm crazy
Well crazy then I'll be
Cause I'd rather live insanely
Than live a life that's not for me

No I'm not angry, I'm not mad
I'm not bitching about what I should a had
I'm just 30 Something and I'm feeling free
No chains wrapped around my feet
I'm 30 Something and I'm doin' fine
I don't need a lover to hold me tight
to be happy, no
to be happy

An I've come to believe that a fantasy can be a calling in itself
So dust your jeans off baby and grab your dreams up off the shelf
There's a lot for you as a woman to do
And there's so much more to see
Oh yeah, we're on the struggle to be free
Oh yeah, I'm on the struggle to be free!

Song Length
1:56
Genres
Folk - Contemporary, Unique - Avant garde
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
In High Spirits, Pleased

Subject Matter
Healing, Feminism

Similar Artists
Joan Baez, Janis Joplin
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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