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Ted Leo And The Pharmacists:Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead Lyrics

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Ted Leo And The Pharmacists
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This song is performed by Ted Leo and the Pharmacists and appears on the album Hearts Of Oak (2003) and on the EP Tell Balgeary, Balgury Is Dead (2003).
It's been a hard road but there's no turning back
And there's no end in sight to this darkening night and that's a sad fact
I hear you come down to the graves at Inchigeela
For to walk through the stones of the names we have known, and there I'll meet you

I'm laying out the table for to welcome you back home
I'm calling on the angels for to lighten up your load
I'm calling on the majors to end this general despair
In the graveyard at Inchigeela, in black clothing I'll be there

My love wears black clothes and red flowers in her hair
And we walk, we don't run toward the day when it's won, and ya mo' be there
But we're patient for now and we're patient for tomorrow
When the past will redeem all the toil extreme and all the sorrow

I'm laying out the table for to welcome you back home
I'm calling on the angels for to lighten up your load
I'm calling on the majors to end this general despair
In the graveyard at Inchigeela, in black clothing I'll be there

Look up from the street, look, open your eyes
Wake up to your future under a bright night sky

I'm laying out the table for to welcome you back home
I'm calling on the angels for to lighten up your load
I'm calling on the majors to end this general despair
In the graveyard at Inchigeela, in black clothing I'll be there

I'm calling on a stranger when I've got no back-up plan
I'm disregarding danger when I'm in your foreign land
And if you want to meet me, wear a red flower in your hair
In the graveyard at Inchigeela, in black clothing I'll be there

Written by:

Ted Leo

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