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Your ghost hangs around here
like a shroud of fog
and I'm watching out the window
for a sign of a storm
You built this old house up
with the metal of your back
You brought you whole family
off the beaten path

Now I can feel that storm coming
and it's coming from within
as all your children quarrel
about who where and when
I can feel your ghost wailing
take me home
where I belong

Suddenly I'm standing at your side
your telling me all about the great divide
how all rivers must flow to the sea
just some by west and some by east
and if I walk through the field
to the trees where you lay
I can sometimes hear you calling
I am home
where I belong

I hope your memory haunts me
For as long as I live
I hope someday I will find you
Take me home where I belong
do you ever hear me calling
take me home
where I belong

Do you ever hear me calling
take me home
where I belong


from Speck, released May 1, 2010
Meg Iredale-Gray - Guitar and vocals. Adam Iredale-Gray - Fiddle. Tobias Meis - Bass. Ryan Boeur - Electric guitar. Adrian Dolan - Accordian. Taylor Ashton - Vocals.



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O'mally Victoria, British Columbia

O’mally’s well paced clawhammer banjo and acoustic guitar layer her strong and earthy vocals, and are complimented by the clear harmonies of fiddle player Elise Boeur, culminating in a collection of delightfully orchestrated yet simple old time and folk songs. ... more

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