1. What Once Was
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c 2022 Heidi Wolfson
Heidi Wolfson- Vocals, guitar
Art Cohen- Guitar, bass
Steve Lessick- Vocals, drums, percussion
Recorded and Produced by Art Cohen
Vocal arrangements and production by Steve Lessick
Recorded at Alpenhof Studio, Media PA & The Accident Factory


What Once Was
Heidi G. Wolfson
April  24, 2020

In ¾ 

First Verse
The world comes together in a beautiful way
Yellow eyes peer from bushes and the fish are at play
        Cm7                         G                                   B7
It’s gonna take some time to grieve for what once was
Imagine the majesty of it all coming down
The whole world united in being razed to the ground
It’s gonna take some time to show what’s real

Chorus:    Am              C               G          B7
A virus infects its host and makes copies of itself
Until the cells finally burst
Like countries invading and termites congregating
In your house
Sit back, relax, take a seat in the back
Take a breath, while your breath’s still intact
The show isn’t over until it is over
And the stage goes completely black

2nd Verse
The world comes together in a beautiful way
The sky is so clear on this beautiful day
Yellow eyes peer from houses and grieve for what once was

I don’t see my children, I don’t go to work
I’m watching my life through aquarium glass
Maybe it’s over and this is all that’s left
Reflection and memories may be all we get

Repeat chorus