Feed the Tree
|"Feed the Tree"|
|Single by Belly|
|from the album Star|
|B-side||"Trust In Me", "Dream on Me", "Star"|
|Released||11 January, 1993|
|Format||12", 7", CD single, cassette|
|Recorded||1992 at Sound Emporium studios, Nashville|
|Producer(s)||Belly, Gil Norton|
|Belly singles chronology|
"Feed the Tree" is a song by Belly, released as the band's first single from their debut album, Star, in 1993. It is also the band's biggest hit, reaching number one on the Modern Rock Tracks chart in the United States. According to lead singer Tanya Donelly, the song is a metaphor about commitment and respect, with the tree being a place on a large farm where a family would be buried.
All songs written by Tanya Donelly, except where noted.
- 7" and cassette
- "Feed the Tree" - 3:28
- "Dream on Me" - 4:56
- 12" and CD
|US Billboard Hot 100||95|
|US Billboard Modern Rock Tracks||1|
The song ranked #24 on VH1's 40 Greatest One-Hit Wonders of the 90s.
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