Tin Can Notes EP

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released January 26, 2010

Written and recorded by Jack Matranga at Sarina Ct. Studios in Sacramento, CA.

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Track Name: She Had A Name
i saw her face on the wall in the shop when i was 6 years old
customers when they come, they would talk "where could she've gone"
there were rewards put in place for the man
or knowledge of where he would go with his plans
just find her and fast cause this hope never lasts
it wont matter....theyll never find her alive
thats what they all said
j-a-y-c-e-e lee

life as it passed saw the earth spinning fast and she was all alone
nightmares are real when she live it and feels it over years and years
washed in the brain to believe she was saved
she had a soul but her soul was enslaved
she had a name but he took it away
no it matters
that we'll never see her alive
thats what they all said
j-a-y-c-e-e come home to me
j-a-y-c-e-e come home to me

i heard the news on the radio when i was waking up
she is a lady and she is alive but is she living proof
she had a name but he took it away
she had a soul but her soul had been slain
she had a name and he took it away
now it matters, he'll never make it alive
thats what they'll all say
j-a-y-c-e-e lee
j-a-y-c-e-e come home to me

jaycee matters
the story matters
we'll finally see her alive
and not cause the law worked..
18 years in slavery, jaycee lee came home this week

j-a-y-c-e-e lee
j-a-y-c-ee came home to me
j-a-y-c-ee came home to me