Riff: Lady Lamb The Beekeeper – “Hair to the Ferris Wheel”

Feb 25, 2013

It’s a zoo in your room when you part your lips/And you long to kiss like you won’t exist/Come the morning

from Hair to the Ferris Wheel lyrics by Lady Lamb The Beekeeper

Looking past her youthful nature, Lady Lamb reflects a rich level of emotion well beyond her years. She tackles love head on, and in her own subtle ways connects the dots between Jesus, time, heartache, and apples and oranges. Even a veteran pen would have trouble scribing that one: [LISTEN].

Riff by Jeff Min

Jeff Min is a Chicago-based writer at SONGLYRICS. His work has appeared in the Chicago Sun-Times, Wax Poetics, SLAM, and HOOP.

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