• Artist: Hailey Wojcik
  • Title: Nabokov's Butterfly
  • Genre: Rock - Indie Rock, Folk
  • Mood: Sentimental/Ballad
  • Speed: Medium Fast (95-130)
  • Instruments: Acoustic Guitar (Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin), Percussion
  • Track type: Lyric - Full Length
  • Date added: 1/5/2012
  • Lyric themes: Courtship Dating, Lies Deception, Truth Honesty, Moving On Letting Go, Casual Sex, Feminism Girl Power
  • Lyrics: Verse 1 Don't tell me how much you admire the writing of/ the Russian author Vladimir Nabokov/ until you have been one of his butterflies/ until you have been one of his butterflies/ no                       Chorus Please don't say a word/ until he's tied you in leather/ unless he's called you his songbird/ when he knew you'd never/ ever be together/ Verse 2 It's not that I don't understand the genius see/ oh I read it as it was referred to me/ oh by a Nabokovian wannabe/ yeah Humbert butterflied Humbert wanted me/ so Chorus Please don't say a word/ until he's tied you in leather/ until he's called you his songbird/ when he knew you'd never/ ever be together/ Bridge And I haven't been talking to you lately the reason is/ that crack you made about those feminists/ and I'm getting really sick of defending it/ and I'm getting really tired of pretending it's just me/ so Chorus Please don't say a word/ until he's tied you in leather/ until he's called you his songbird/ when he knew you'd never/ ever be together/ no Please don't say a word/ until he's tied you in leather/ until he's called you his songbird/ when he knew you'd never/ ever be together/ he knew you'd never/ ever be together/ he knew you'd never/ ever be together/
  • Keywords: simple, acoustic, gentle, Lo-Fi, Organic

About Hailey Wojcik

Hailey Wojcik

Brooklyn, NY United States

On her solo album, Diorama, singer-songwriter Hailey Wojcik explores the many meanings of that word. Part theatre, part museum exhibit, each song is a musically unique and detailed glimpse at a life. For the album art, Wojcik created a cardboard box diorama to represent each song, and she proves to be an artistic magpie, collecting scraps and treasures, phrases and ephemera, all to be constructed later into something wholly unexpected and beautiful. She has also ...

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