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  1. He's Hers

From the album Letting Go

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He’s Hers (3:30)

© Sharon Vaughn, Paul Jefferson & Wyatt Easterling.
Dreamworks Songs (ASCAP) Nashville Dreamworks
Songs (ASCAP) Sharonade Music (ASCAP)
Slate East Music (ASCAP) 2004

Studio’s:

Recorded in Omni Sound Studios, Nashville Tennessee in october 2017.
Overdubs in Dog Den Studio, Nashville, Tennessee.
Additional overdubs in Good Luck Studio, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
Mixed in Dog Den Studio, Nashville Tennessee.
Tracking Engineer: Rory Rositas.
Over-dub engineering by Bill McDermott, Rory Rositas, Brenden Bernhardt and Wyatt Easterling.
Strings arrangements, like the violin/strings on That’s Freedom, are arranged by David Henry in True Tone Recording.

Musicians:

Acoustic guitar, classical and bouzouki: Michael Spriggs.
Electric guitar: Mike Durham.
Electric bass: Jim “Bevis” Hyatt and Dave Francis on upright bass.
Drums: Wayne Killius.
Piano and keyboards: Billy Nobel.
Lead acoustic guitar on 50 Years: Bill McDermott.

Guest artists:

Lisa Brokop, Robby Hecht, Paul Jefferson and Wyatt Easterling.

Produced by Wyatt Easterling for Wyatt Easterling Productions

Photos album cover: Richard Beukelaar

For more information please visit Clé Music at www.clementine.fm

Lyrics

He’s Hers (3:30)

He’s trying to get on with his new life.
She’s already moved on with hers.
Time has done little to close up the wound:
It still hurts.

There’s a hole in the wall from a picture,
he tore down in a moment of rage.
Didn’t do any good, it still hangs in his heart,
unchanged.

These days, he occupies his time to fill the
night. But the moment that he dares to close
his eyes:

He’s hers and nothing’s ever gonna change
that fact: Not the future not the past.
He’s hers, if there were a way around it he’d
found it. Now it’s down to just two words:
He’s hers, he’s hers.

There are places he could go to find some
comfort. Other arms would gladly take him in.
But would it be fare to take what he could
never give, again?
His heart, is spoken for by only one voice,
it just answers to her name, it has no choice:

He’s hers and nothing’s ever gonna change
that fact: Not the future not the past.
He’s hers, if there were a way around it
he’d found it, now it’s down to just two words:
He’s hers, he’s hers.

© Sharon Vaughn, Paul Jefferson & Wyatt Easterling.
Dreamworks Songs (ASCAP) Nashville Dreamworks
Songs (ASCAP) Sharonade Music (ASCAP)
Slate East Music (ASCAP) 2004