ORPHAN

by Selina Boland

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Selina wrote the song "Orphan" to help raise awareness and funds for orphans in China. 100% of the proceeds of every download will be donated to the group "Bring Me Hope". To learn more about this group, visit www.bringmehope.org

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released January 1, 2009

Guitar/Vocals - Selina Boland
Lead Guitar - Justin Pittman
Bass -- Andrew Strickland
Drums - Brant Parsons

Recorded, Mixed & Mastered by Justin Merdsoy
Stagehouse

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Selina Boland St. John'S, Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland’s own Selina Boland is a free-spirited and passionate singer/songwriter guitarist performing poetic and storytelling songs. She describes her music as Folk-Pop with a touch of the Atlantic Ocean Breeze. Her captivating stage presence invites listeners to suspend their realities into her remarkable voice and haunting melodies. ... more

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Track Name: ORPHAN (Single)
Oooh ooh

Little girl at the window
What are you waiting for?
The sun is coming up and your hopes are high

Little girl at the window
You are only four
Mommy said she'd be back today

And this is all you know (And this is all you know)
And this is all you’ll see through the window
And you won’t see that you’re an orphan
Oooh oooh

The sun is coming down now
It's time to go to bed
Sing her lullaby
Lay down your sweet head

And this is all you know (And this is all you know)
And this is all you’ll see through the window
And you won’t see that you’re an orphan
Oooh ooh

A soft hand reaches for you
Puts pink pearls around your neck
To remind you of how precious
You are to God

And this is all you know (And this is all you know)
And this is all you’ll see through the window
And you won’t see
No you won’t see no no no
You won’t see
That you’re an orphan
Oooh ooh