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Ohio Interlude

from The Beggar Folk by The Beggar Folk

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I was working up to you
call it my Ohio interlude
waking with the river, rising with the dew
we’ve all been waiting to feel you

I’m not much of a lover
but I am willing to pay for company
hold me all night
warm me like a fireside

I’ve been sent nothing but old letters to read
the pony express got caught in a foreign stampede
I am a widow while you’re off to war
so I speak to your pictures and sleep in your clothes

I’m not much of a lover
but I am willing to pay for company
hold me all night
warm me like a fireside

God where, covered mountains, wounded passion lies down
In which field, fire a flare, has my great lover gone

I’m not much of a lover
but I am willing to pay for company

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from The Beggar Folk, released January 8, 2011
Josh Lamb: Guitar/Vocals
Trista Lamb: Vocals
Taylor Brandt: Violin
Meredith Shaub: Violin
Allison Farris: Cello

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