Blue and Grey

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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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from honawolf, released April 13, 2013

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