Toward the Insignificant

from by Dawn Pritchard

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A song about how the world is much bigger than just us.

lyrics

When I was younger
The world revolved around me
When I was younger
I just did what I pleased

Toward the Insignificant
I am coming closer
Toward the insignificant

I walk outside With my cappucino
My cat Brushes against my leg
I sit down on my rock
Do status update
Gino posts
malady
Doctor says the Big C
HIs life has changed

Toward the Insignificant
I am coming closer
Toward the insignificant

I learned some lessons
Did it really matter
I'm just one life among billions
On a little green (blue) ball
I used to be so big but then I grew small

credits

from Catch Me if You Can, track released November 5, 2016
Written by Dawn Pritchard
John-Marc Desmarais on bass
Alden Roberge on drums
Dawn Pritchard on vocals and acoustic guitar
Dave Draves on everything else

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Dawn Pritchard Wakefield, Québec

Extroverted introversion.That’s Dawn Pritchard and her music.A Metis Wakefielder transplanted from Saskatoon,Dawn released her second album,“Catch Me if You Can” November 2016.Introspective lyrics,intuitive music and melody.Ambient groovy.Solid guitar playing.Influences of Regina Spektor &Suzanne Vega.Bikes,PTSD, a caribou’s lament and a bilingual story about a sweater- you will hear and remember. ... more

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