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by Chanelle Albert

Chanelle Albert is a Canadian independent singer, songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist. Her style takes root from a variety of genres including folk, rock'n'roll and the blues.
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Alright (5:27)
Written and composed in August 2016 by Chanelle Albert.
Lead & Backup Vocals, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Percussions: Chanelle Albert
Recorded, Mixed, & Produced by Chanelle Albert. Sudbury, ON, Canada.
Album Artwork designed by Chanelle Albert. Photo taken by Sylvie Albert.
© & ℗ 2018 Chanelle Albert.
All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproduction, copying and rental of this recording is prohibited by law.
She ain’t got nothing, nothing but time/And these silly thoughts racing through her mind/In her sleep she walks through streets/Living in some far-off dream/And oh, how you wonder when she knocks upon your door /Singing Ladidada…/You open up, she steps inside/Inside your home, inside your mind/In the next room there’s a record playing/She starts to dance and she starts to sway/And oh, how she staggers as she moves across your floor/Singing ladidada…/She turns and says/Hey man I’ll make you feel alright /If you help me through the night/What do you say boy?/Ladidada… Alright/She makes her way through every room/Then says, don’t you ever wish you could leave this tomb/You shake your head, she takes your hand/Then says, try some of this boy you’ll understand/And oh, how you stagger as you fall upon the floor/Singing ladidada…/She takes a seat down by your side/Crosses her legs, gives you a smile/And says, hey man, you feeling alright?/You think that’s great, well hold on tight/Cause oh, how you stagger as she pulls you from the floor/Singing ladidada…/And then she whispers/Hey man I’ll make you feel alright /If you help me through the night/What do you say boy?/Ladidada… Alright/You wake up to morning light/You reach for her, she’s out of sight/The bed is cold, the sheets are made/On the side you could have sworn she laid/And oh, how you wonder when she walked out of the door signing ladidada…

Chanelle Albert is an independent singer, songwriter, composer, and multi-instrumentalist based out of Sudbury, Ontario. Her style takes root from a variety of genres including folk, rock'n'roll and the blues and her craft is greatly influenced by artists such as Leonard Cohen, Janis Joplin, Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, Nick Cave, The Beatles, and U2.
Born in North Bay and raised in the small Canadian town of Verner in beautiful Northern Ontario, Chanelle started song writing in 2012 at the age of 15, writing in both English and French when creating her music and poetry. She has since released her debut album How Beautiful We Are in 2015 which has earned her two national award nominations in 2016, including the Toronto Independent Music Awards in the category of "Best Folk or Roots", and the Canadian Folk Music Awards in the category of "Young Performer of the Year". In 2017, she was among the top 6 finalists from across Canada in the Francophone singer/songwriter competition and TV Series, Planète BRBR on TFO.
Furthermore, Chanelle is the recipient of the prestigious Governor General’s Award for her illustrated story Le Grand dérangement d’Élise. The ceremony was held at Rideau Hall in Ottawa, Canada where she received the award from Their Excellencies the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General of Canada on November 19, 2010. Two years later, Chanelle was chosen in the lead role as Cosette in the TOROS production of Les Misérables. The sold out musical was held at the Capitol Center in North Bay, Ontario which ran from August 8 to 12, 2012.



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