Who is Ann?

by Terri Hendrix

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1.
Drive 03:19
Drive By Terri Hendrix The windmill turns into a story Spins a tale of days gone by The fields roll on into the sunset A harvest moon is on the rise Miles down a two-lane highway Crops of corn stand in a row The stars saw us in all our glory Just off this county road It’s a long lonesome Drive without you It’s a long lonesome Drive without you A metal sign swings in the wind It’s on a dancehall long since closed Boards on windows of the building Lock the secrets that it holds Your fingers run straight through my mind On the backroads of the South Car seats and the sound of pearl snaps The salty sweet of your mouth It’s a long lonesome Drive without you It’s a long lonesome Drive without you
2.
Happy 03:16
Why can’t everybody be happy happy? Why can’t everybody get along? Why can’t everybody be happy happy? Take a little time to enjoy the sweet song They say we’re racially divided They say we're undecided They say they speak for the people We the people gotta speak louder than the Ugh Everybody could be happy happy Why can’t everybody get along? Why can’t everybody be happy happy? Take a little time to enjoy the sweet song And you know what Ratings go up Happy Happy Happy Why can’t everybody be happy happy? Why can’t everybody get along? Why can’t everybody be happy happy? Take a little time to enjoy the sweet song How can they speak for main street Looking at the world Through the window of a limousine I say they’d know us better If they didn't pick a side And just sat together … now Everybody could be happy happy Why can’t everybody get along? Why can’t everybody be happy happy? Take a little time to enjoy the sweet song Ratings go up And you know what Ratings go up Happy Happy Happy What’s up with the race hate White King What’s up with no accountability What happened to modern day civility I’ll shut up and dribble and nibble on a fingernail Everybody could be happy happy? Why can’t everybody get along? Why can’t everybody be happy happy? Take a little time to enjoy the sweet song We the people gotta speak louder than the we the people gotta speak louder than the … people lead the leaders follow
3.
Move 03:18
When you’re feeling bad When you’re feeling blue When you need to get back up All you gotta do is move I say now Move your body Move your body DANCE Move your body it’ll be allright You gotta move your body to grab the light Yeah When you’re stuck in bed With the covers pulled over your head If you’re gonna survive You’re gonna have to jump To find your jive I say Move your body Move your body DANCE Move your body it’ll be allright You gotta move your body to grab the light Now move your body till your body burns Move your body till your joy returns Move your body Throw your hands in the air Then you give it away Give it away Give it away Yeah Move your body Move your body DANCE Move your body it’ll be allright You gotta move your body to grab the light Yeah Move your body to the mighty drum Shake it till you make it Till the daylight comes Move your body Throw your hands in the air Then you give it away Give it away Give it away You know you gotta Move your body Move your body DANCE Move your body it’ll be allright You gotta move your body To get your groove oh … Move your body till your body burns Move your body till your joy returns Move your body Throw your hands in the air Then you give it away Give it away Give it away Yeah Move your body Move your body DANCE Move your body it’ll be allright You gotta move your body To get your groove tonight Move your body Move your body DANCE Move your body it’ll be allright You gotta move your body to grab the light
4.
Woman 02:46
5.
Grieve 04:00
I’m still here In the dark Oh, I’m still here In the dark Tell me where to go from here Tell me how to plan for tomorrow Tell me how to do the things I must In spite of all the sorrow Cause time is moving on Friends are moving on Family’s moving on And I’m here … I’m here … I’m here … I’m here … And I’m … So sad In my heart Oh, so sad In my heart Ahhh … I took it the river When the river ran dry I still had hope I turned my back But not my heart Shut my eyes To see your face Did you know Did you know That I’m here … I’m here … And I’m Still here In the dark Time is movin on Friends are movin Family is movin on And I’m here

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Project 5.4 EP: “Who is Ann?”
Release Date: Aug. 9, 2019
When Enigma burst on the music scene in the ’90s with their blend of electronica-infused pop music, I became hooked. They have remained an influence in my music ever since, as have elements of rap, folk, country, and basically any artist that colors outside the lines lyrically and musically. From the pedal steel wizardry of Lloyd Maines to my own collection of loops and spoken word pieces, I hammered out a dream of mine. We created a collection of songs where the music is infused with vocal percussion and lyrics to create a mood that addresses depression from profound loss, and the steely reserve to move forward and grab the light. A light that must not be dimmed — especially in our current climate.

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released September 6, 2019

Track Listing
1. Drive 3:18
2. Happy 3:17
3. Move 3:18
4. Woman 2:47
5. Grieve 3:58

Produced by Terri Hendrix
(“Happy,” “Woman,” and Grieve")

Produced by Lloyd Maines
(“Move Your Body,” “Drive”)

Recording:
Recorded at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas and Bubba's Place
Recorded at Wilory Farm, in Martindale, Texas
Engineered, mixed, and mastered by Pat Manske at The Zone in Dripping Springs, Texas

Credits:
Terri Hendrix: Vocals, harmony vocals, loops, samples
Lloyd Maines: Acoustic, electric guitars, pedal steel, percussion, mandolin, papoose, bass guitar and ukulele
Pat Manske: Keypads
Drew Womack: Harmony vocals

Painting: By Tammi Hendrix

Album Artwork:
Melissa Webb

This album is dedicated to Tammi Hendrix

All songs written by Terri Hendrix except:
"Move” (Terri Hendrix, Lloyd Maines, Pat Manske)

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THM Music Publishing, BMI
Art Mob Music Publishing, BMI
Administered by BUG/BMG Music
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Terri Hendrix is an award-winning Texas songwriter who spins sorrow into joy and wrings wisdom from the blues with a poetic grace, warmth and uplifting melodic flair that has long been her trademark. A classically trained vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Hendrix dodges musical pigeonholes by weaving folk, pop, country, blues and jazz into an eclectic style all her own. ... more

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