"The Widowing Field" as written by Dan Haseltine, Charlie Lowell, Stephen Daniel Mason and Matt Odmark....
I'm sure that I could never
Make it through the night without you here
The fires in the sky
Illuminate the demons closing in

Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last
Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last to go

As I crawl around these trails
And fight upon this widowing field
The ground below is bare and burned
At the places I have learned to trust You

Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last
Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last to go
I am not the last to go

When even silence sets my heart to racing
I will lift my eyes to you
Please, Father, find me

Have mercy on my soul
Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last
Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last
Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last
Have mercy on my soul
If I am not the last to go


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"The Widowing Field" as written by Dan Haseltine Charlie Lowell

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    General CommentNot just about a physical battle. This song speaks to me in my struggles against impurity.
    Celtic_FCon February 22, 2006   Link

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