Music

Laura Mvula – She

Laura Mvula (née Douglas) is a British soul singer-songwriter from Birmingham. Her debut album Sing to the Moon was produced by Steve Brown and released on 4 March 2013. Mvula grew up in the Birmingham suburbs of Selly Park and Kings Heath with two younger siblings, and was influenced by the girl band Eternal. In 2005, Mvula sang with Black Voices, an a cappella group set up by her aunt. In 2008, she formed a jazz/neo-soul group called Judyshouse, singing lead vocals and wrote material for the band. She is also Director of the Lichfield Community Gospel Choir, founded by Black Voices and Lichfield Festival in 2009. She also frequently directs the Alvechurch Community Choir. She graduated from the Birmingham Conservatoire with a degree in composition. While she was working as a supply teacher in a Birmingham secondary school, she started writing songs on her laptop. She was working as a receptionist when she sent out two demos to several people in the music industry. She is married to singer Themba Mvula. Wikipedia®.

Laura Mvula – She

Laura Mvula – She Lyrics:
She walked towards you with her head down low
She wondered if there was a way out of the blue
Who’s gonna take her home this time?
She knew that this time wouldn’t be the last time
Oh, oh, oh, oh

There she waits looking for a savior
Someone to save her from a dying self
Always taking ten steps back and one step forward
She’s tired, but she don’t stop

Oh, oh, oh, she don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop
Oh, oh, oh, she don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop

Every day she stood, hoping for a new life
She closed her eyes, and she heard a small voice say
You don’t stop no, you belong to me
She cried, maybe it’s too late
Don’t, don’t stop, don’t, don’t stop
She don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop
She don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop
She don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop
She don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop
She don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop
She don’t stop, she don’t stop, she don’t stop

She walked towards you with her head down low
She wondered if there was a way out of the blue
Who’s gonna take her home this time?
She knew that this time wouldn’t be the last time

Laura Mvula She Laura Mvula   She

Related Posts