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Scavenger

This song is by Lucy Kaplansky and appears on the album Reunion (2012).

Once, a long time ago I was cast away
Left for dead, a child on the road
Just a scavenger, never looked around
Just watched my shoes moving forward on the ground

Looking for a corner feather face man ring
And a piece of string to tie them on me
To keep little bit warm I wrap myself in leafs
What was thrown away I picked up like a refugee

You may never hear the angels sing
On the voice of God all night
You may walk yourself alone
Through the hills of the night

But you walk with the ones you love
In the valley of your life
You only stay with the ones you keep
In the valley of your life

Once a long time ago there was a shepherd
Took one on his one, he took 'em up high
Raised up his knife, no words were spoken
His face filled the sky

Leaved his family, leaved his home
Set free the men, set free to roam
Baby, when I've got scavengers in this dusty road
When I'm at highway life's open road
Another replicate, life's open road

You may never hear the angels sing
On the voice of God all night
You may walk yourself alone
Through the hills of the night

But you walk with the ones you love
In the valley of your life
You only stay with the ones you keep
In the valley of your life

You may never hear the angels sing
On the voice of God all night
You may walk yourself alone
Through the hills of the night

But you walk with the ones you love
In the valley of your life
You only stay with the ones you keep
In the valley of your life

You only stay with the ones you keep
In the valley of your life

Credits

Written by:

Lucy Mara Kaplansky; Richard Dean Litvin

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