"Elephants" By Alice Wallace- A Powerful New Song About Being a Woman!

From Southern California Award-winning Singer/Songwriter Alice Wallace comes her much anticipated new single "Elephants". The song addresses the compromises women have to make to move through the world - how women learn early on that the simple act of walking through an empty parking lot or getting a drink at a bar bring an inherent risk. Women are being asked to "live quiet as a mouse in a room full of elephants."


Award-winning Singer/Songwriter Alice Wallace Releases Powerful New #Metoo and #TimesUp Single "Elephants," Spurring Discussion between Women and Men about Solutions

Catch the World Premiere Exclusive Video Below!

LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) March 23, 2018 -- Americana Singer/Songwriter Alice Wallace and Andrew Delaney Create "Elephants" Anthem for Men and Women

To debut her latest single, Alice decided the best way to share such a powerful song was by simply playing it live for her fans. So with a Facebook Live event, Alice told the story of "Elephants," a song written by Dallas songwriter Andrew Delaney with whom Alice has co-written several songs for her forthcoming album due out this fall. Elephants is a song that conveys a strong message about being a woman. It is a very poignant and important song in today's climate where women are finally feeling empowered to stand up to men who have manipulated and abused them.

The song is now available on Spotify and iTunes and other music streaming services: https://goo.gl/H5MtM1

"Elephants" - Written by Andrew Delaney

Walk with a purpose through the parking lot
Keys in your knuckles cause you ain't got claws
Remembering when your daddy taught you that
Boys will be boys gotta watch your back

Sitting there drinking at the bar alone
Sharks come circle, wanna take you home
You better not play coy, better not be mean
Cause boys will be boys and they are fragile things

And they've got names for the ones who talk back
And the ones who wear those clothes
They've got names for the ones who say yes
And the ones who say no

Hey baby, why you gotta be that way?
Give us a smile you gotta pretty face
There are things you do and things you can't
Live quiet as a mouse in a room full of elephants

Don't he look so handsome in his Sunday best?
He said he's sorry, you know the rest
You shouldn't really blame him he's just a kid
And boys will be boys, don't call him what he is

And they've got names for the ones who talk back
And the ones who wear those clothes
They've got names for the ones who say yes
And the ones who say no

For more visit, http://www.AliceWallaceMusic.com.

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