"Hallowed Ground" as written by and Michael Leslie Peters Edward James Mac Donald....
Well the docks lie crippled
In the northem towns
The boys have all gone away
Trying to find work down south

And mister I walk in the valley of the shadow
Won't someone have mercy on my soul
On my soul, soul, soul

HALLOWED GROUND how sad is the sound
In a valley that once sang out sang proud
HALLOWED GROUND where the ships run aground
To die in the harbour in a rust ridden town, town, town, town

Now I've seen the future
And I've seen the past
And I've seen the lights go down
On this world fading fast

And mister I walk in the valley of the shadow
Won't someone have mercy on my soul
On my soul, soul, soul

HALLOWED GROUND how sad is the sound
In a valley that once sang out sang proud
HALLOWED GROUND where the ships run aground
To die in the harbour in a rust ridden town, town, town, town

And mister I walk in the valley of the shadow
Won't someone have mercy on my soul
On my soul, soul, soul

HALLOWED GROUND how sad is the sound
In a valley that once sang out sang proud
HALLOWED GROUND where the ships run aground
To die in the harbour in a rust ridden town, town, town, town

Now I've got a wife and a young child
Back home in my house
Oh I've got someone
I've got to take care of somehow






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"Hallowed Ground" as written by Michael Leslie Peters Edward James Mac Donald

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