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John Butler Trio – Valley lyrics

So have you been to the valley lately?
Have you noticed that the shepherd is gone?
So walk gently lady
As you walk along
Cos I once fought for his forces
But that cross bears nothing now
I've seen all but your Crusades succeed
And it's growing sour

Gonna be a long time waitin
Things are always looking little better when you're on the back
Side of them

And then you know all that you think you might need to know
But even then, my little wing, you'll have to grow
You'll have to grow

So have you been to your God lately?
No Jesus Christ, he ain't nowhere to be seen
He is not there matey
He has never been

So have you been to your church lately
No cannot find the key to your home
There is no support for you now my friend
They got problems of their own



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