Katilyn

Katilyn

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Rock - Alternative | Nashville, Tennessee, United States
Total Song Plays: 586   
Member Since: 2021
   Last Login: 7/27/2021
   Sounds Like: Pat Benatar, Taylor Swift

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Song Description

Angry about the homogenization of leadership (white, cis-males) in America, and looking forward to more diversity in positions of power, as well as the elimination of the gender pay gap.

Story Behind the Song

Inspired by Kamala Harris being sworn in as the first female vice president, and hopeful for more women in the highest levels of government and, someday, the first female president.

Broadjam Member Reviews

The heavy lumbering, impending metal guitar sets the ominous tone of a song that means business! Lyrically clever, it begins with the play on words, "For hundreds of years, it's been reigning men," and puts forth a womandate, as opposed to mandate! Vocals are superb: smooth but with grit in the right places. This is Pat Benatar meets Judas Priest. It is mixed well with softened background vocals and panning of guitars.

    - John Walradt
Lyrics

Verse 1: We've been holdin' back
Nearly bit through our tongues
We've been breathin' deep
While you step on our lungs
This country is more than just fathers and sons

Chorus: For hundreds of years, it's been reigning men
Need a woman whose patience is razor thin
For the men who come at her to rein her in
Let her reign (x3)

Verse 2: A queen with no king
Is more powerful
She won't take second seat
'Cuz she's second to none
She'll remember your past, boys, it can't be outrun

Chorus

Bridge: Time to, break through (all that glass)
We need brand new, you spew (all that flack)
Gave us hoops to, jump through (held us back)
Let her reign
Let her reign

Chorus

Let her reign

Song Length
2:52
Genres
Rock - Alternative, Rock - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Female Vocal
Moods
Annoyed, Restless

Subject Matter
Feminism, Equality

Similar Artists
Pat Benatar, Stevie Nicks
Language
English
Era
2000 and later

Lyric Credits Katilyn Pulcher (BMI, IPI: 00377748306) 100%
Music Credits Katilyn Pulcher (BMI, IPI: 00377748306) 100%
Producer Credits Cheyenne Medders, Austin Shawn, and Katilyn Pulcher
Publisher Credits Master Owner: Katilyn Pulcher (100% - one stop). Publishing: Jamz by Katilyn (BMI, IPI: 00379054239) 100%
Performance Credits Cheyenne Medders (electric/bass guitars, MIDI instruments), Katilyn Pulcher (lead/background vocals)