A Different Sort of Solitude

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From the motion picture "French Immersion"

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I never thought I’d feel so free;
I can’t get used to how things used to be.
Call up the mayor, tell the Priest,
Look up the number of the Beast,
Invite the ones you love the least
To welcome me.

Hallelujah!
Break out the finger food
Hallelujah!
Shake off the attitude
Hallelujah!
Feels like we’re in the mood
For a different sort of solitude.

It seems I’ve caught you unprepared
But I don’t understand why you’re so scared.
Turn off the lights, pull down the blinds
And pray that I will never find you,
But, I know you know I know
That you’re in there.

Hallelujah!
Break out the finger food
Hallelujah!
Shake off the attitude
Hallelujah!
Feels like we’re in the mood
For a different sort of solitude.

She’s kind of lonesome, been on her own some
She’s been living by herself for a while;
I’ve come to save her, do her a favour,
And make her funeral my trial.

Hallelujah!
Break out the finger food
Hallelujah!
Shake off the attitude
Hallelujah!
Feels like we’re in the mood
For a different sort of solitude.

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from A Different Sort of Solitude, released January 17, 2012
Written by Steven Page
Produced and Recorded by Steven Page at Yellow Warbler
Mixed by Vic Florencia

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Steven Page Manlius, New York

Steven Page offers his newest composition, “A Different Sort of Solitude,” with the b-side “Manchild,” a song written by Page and Craig Northey of the Vancouver-based band, The Odds. He released “Page One” in late 2010. For twenty years, Steven Page was the lead singer and songwriter with Barenaked Ladies and in 2009 left the band to pursue a solo career. ... more

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