"Bala Bay Inn" as written by Brendan Canning, Anthony Seck, Diedre Smith, Robert Kraft, Sophie Trudeau and Charles Spearin....
The Bala Bay Inn
Was built in ninteen-ten
Not much has changed in this hotel

People still come by
To dance, dine, and sing
And remember Louis Riel

Broke boats on the water
Wave to the train
Passing by

Steamships and planes
Will never stop here again
But I hope that I will
Sometime

Broke boats on the water
Wave to the trains
Passing by

Steamships and planes
May never stop here again
But I hope that I do
Sometime

If you're smokin' that shit
You'd better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

If you're smokin' that shit
You better get your mind right

(that was fine, no?)
(how many times do want to record this?)


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"Bala Bay Inn" as written by Brendan Canning Anthony Seck

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