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Honawolf - Blue and Grey Lyrics

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  • We grew up in a mining town
  • Nothing there for miles around
  • It was such a frightening sound
  • When the soldiers, cam marching down
  • Tears were shed and tongues were tied
  • Everybody chose a side
  • Their wills and walls were fortified
  • I recall, how momma cried
  • Take me to the river, wash the blood stains from our hands
  • Heart broken strangers where a family used to stand
  • No one could have drenched this when they rode off all alone
  • My men, would not come home
  • My men went off to war today
  • One in blue and one in grey
  • No one knew quite what to say
  • When they left that day in May
  • Take me to the river, wash the blood stains from our hands
  • Heart broken strangers where a family used to stand
  • No one could have drenched this when they rode off all alone
  • My men, would not come home
  • There was a turquoise river where we played
  • The same river where momma prayed
  • Now that river's turned to red
  • As we lay, them both down to bed
  • Take me to the river, wash the blood stains from our hands
  • Heart broken strangers where a family used to stand
  • No one could have drenched this when they rode off all alone
  • My men, would not come home

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