Where Are You Now?

by Rebecca Pronsky

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This is the only song I've been able to write since the election. It's about grief and worry. It's for Hillary.


Where are you now?
Does your room have a view?
Where are you now?
Cause I’d really like to talk to you.

Walking in the woods
Try to see your way through
Where are you now?
What are we gonna do?

I lost my nerve
And we all lost the light
You don’t deserve
To just disappear into the night

What do we do when
We are drifting in space?
Where are you now?
Cause I’d really like to see your face.

Are you suffering?
Cause you lost your dream
Cause we threw it away
Like it was nothing?

Where are you now?
Where are you now?


Music and lyrics by Rebecca Pronsky
Recorded and mixed by Rich Bennett at Acme Hall Studios
Mastered by Justin Colletti at Joe Lambert Mastering
Cover art: "A Loss" by Spencer Merolla



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Rebecca Pronsky Brooklyn, New York

Rebecca Pronsky is a born and raised Brooklynite whose music is “as urban as it is rural, not afraid to be sophisticated” (Maverick). Her songs are gritty and dark, layered and dreamy, bravely disobeying the usual conventions of the Americana genre. She has been described as an artist whose “voice conveys the wisdom of experience over a wash of noirishly twangy guitars” (NPR). ... more

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