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Seawall lyrics

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Son Volt – Seawall lyrics

(Verse)
Hell untold is the price paid down on living
Tears have changed the way the days unfold

(Bridge)
There’s a gulf that flows between
And the sea was wearing down

(Chorus)
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground

(Verse)
The answer lies on the unseen side of heaven
The melody holds sway, the songs unsung

(Bridge)
There’s a gulf that flows between
And the sea was wearing down

(Chorus)
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground

(Verse)
God save the queen of Charleston, West Virginia
God save the queen of Kingman, Arizona

(Bridge)
There’s a gulf that flows between
And the sea was wearing down

(Chorus)
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground

(Bridge)
There’s a gulf that flows between
And the sea was wearing down

(Chorus)
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground
Two Honky Tonk angels
Still walked this ground



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