All the neighbors send their food
Wishes and their sympathies
These will surely fill the place
where he used to be

Mother's crying in the kitchen
She will wash those tears with wine
And I think it'll be awhile
'til the youngest is fine

Children stay inside their rooms
What a way to spend the Spring
Summer might not be so great
Ever again

Give your pity to the widow
She must bear this weight alone
Keep her mind off of the past
She could find replacements

And now we take him to the meadow
Far from the city's eye
And we will wait there for the wind
To let those ashes fly


Lyrics submitted by DakotaFloyd

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