Paige Powell | Hibernate

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by Paige Powell

After poetic verses about winter, the chorus asks “Why don’t we hibernate like the bears and sleep the winter away?” which is how Paige feels about this chilly season.
Genre: Easy Listening: Ballads
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1. Hibernate
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As soft and gentle as the quiet snow of winter, “Hibernate” has beautiful guitar and strings. After poetic lyrics about the beauty of winter, Paige comes inside for Brunswick stew, her easy chair and the cat in her lap by the fire. The bridge is dream-like, to go with the words, “And I dream of iced tea at cookouts in yards full of green…” The song finishes with “Don’t leave from the blankets or my arms…” and ends with the answer to the question, “Why don’t we hibernate?” in the chorus, surrounded by full harmonies. When Paige performs this song live, everyone in the audience is invited to sing along to the chorus, which they do!



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