November in Ontario
November in Ontario

Five men grabbed a wooden rowboat
Capsized out on Sharbot Lake
My great uncle met a tragic end
He perished on that hunting trail

One man the lone survivor
Held on to that upturned boat
Weighed down by their heavy clothing
The others wouldn’t even float

November in Ontario
Cold water and an early snow
A hundred feet from the water’s edge
They never even had a chance

Search swimmers couldn’t find the bodies
They froze so they called it off
Spring thaw and the waters opened
Four men and their senseless end

November in Ontario
Cold water and an early snow
A hundred feet from the water’s edge
They never even had a chance

November in Ontario
Cold water and an early snow
A hundred feet from the water’s edge
They never even had a chance

November in Ontario
November in Ontario
November in Ontario
November in Ontario


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