This Lost Song is listed in the Sound ONline Inventory and Catalog (SONIC) for searching a portion of the Library of Congress Audio Collection. The catalog represents only a portion of the Library's 78 rpm discs, nearly all the 45 rpm discs, cassettes, and more.
Just Ellen was listed under the title, "Collection of recordings by Ellen Amos," along with the following songs:
Don't Burn Me Up
How Can I Touch You Again
Rubies And Gold
There is an excerpt of Just Ellen, referred to as a poem, in the All These Years Biography on page 21. The full lyrics to the song were later reprinted in the Tori Amos Lyrics book.
"I'd have to hear it to know if it really was the Baltimore sessions. I did a song called Baltimore, I did one called Walking With You, and then I did a couple of other things around that period that were separate from that session. They were done in a church. Michael, my brother, was there - he's almost ten years older than I am - and I was about 14. Those were called, All I Have To Give, More Than Just A Friend, there was a song called Just Ellen and I can't remember the other one. I can hear it. The point is that I recorded a lot of things at that time. The Baltimore Sessions CD, I don't know if that's a tape that I did that day, or if it's an amalgamation of things done around that time. The thing I did at a wedding was something completely different - I was just being paid ten bucks to sing. The big requests then were Evergreen, We've Only Just Begun, The Wedding Song, you know. I did Baltimore in a studio, you know and I did the wedding things at a real wedding that somebody taped, probably with a terrible little tape recorder, and not just because of me, just taping the service. So it could've been a few years apart."
-- Tori; Record Collector Magazine, Nov 99