"To the North" as written by and Matthew Colin Hegarty....
He took that family to the farm by steeler's coal
Cold hands not much to say anymore
Doesn't take too long

And he lived in solitude to the north
Where wildflower burnt
Black thought would weigh like lead
To a chain set in his head

Morning would come and he'd be back home
He'd taken his time and taught them all he'd known
Left on the farm, he left them on their own
Promises burned he burned them there alone
Promises burned alone

And he moved from town to town
With a love unturned
In God he did trust
It told him he'd done what he must

Morning would come and he'd be back home
He'd taken his time and taught them all he'd known
Left on the farm, He left them on their own
Promises burned he burned them there alone
Promises burned he burned them there alone


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