jen byeInvincible
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Monday, September 10, 2007 4:16:54 AM
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an impish cherub with a tiny chip on her shoulder...


Written by jen bye © 2007 SheWolf Publishing (ASCAP)

vocals, guitars: jen bye
bass: Jason P. Chesney
drums: Christopher Allis
“Invincible”

You got right down to the source
I’m narcissistic to the core
I don’t condone your bleeding heart
Cuz I know you think that I’m a tart

So step on back and take a look
You took it line, sinker and hook
And I don't think you're very smart, no
But ignorance can be an art

I won’t take any blame
Cuz my childhood was dysfunctional
And my father is insane
I won’t take any blame
I am not responsible, cuz

I am invincible

They tell me that I need a shrink
When all I really need is a stiff drink
And no one else can read my mind
My own thoughts confuse me all the time

I won’t take any blame
Cuz my childhood was dysfunctional
And my father is insane
I won’t take any blame
I am not responsible, cuz

I am invincible in this game

I know that I can be a bitch
But most of what I say is a load of shit
And I’m not cold, I’m just depressed
Cuz I’ve become what I detest

I won’t take any blame
Now my adulthood is dysfunctional
And my father's still insane
I won’t take any blame
I am not responsible, cuz

I am invincible
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"...Bye chooses to peel back the layers covering her soul, revealing bruises healed by time and a sense of grace that comes with age and personal evolution. What makes Bye’s new record powerful are the places she takes the listener; places of different vantage points from which and within the audience can feel the songs. Sometimes you’re taken back into the past as though it’s in the thick of a painful present. Sometimes the feeling is retrospective like an old faded photograph in the mind that never seems to fully decay. All of it’s real and none of it is." - Greg Debonne, The MusicManor


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