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From every village and every town
from every corner’s busking sound
From every street without a name
And every road that’s lost its way

From every empty soul
That searches where to go
From every letter sent
When dark is the only friend

Under ditch and over hedge
From every built and broken bridge
From every crack in every slum
From every big fenced in suburban home

From every heart of gold
Of flesh and of stone
From every cry of pain
And every tear in vain

From every man who cries
For something more to life
From every woman who fears
The dangers coming near

From every man who's been called
And still struggles not to fall
From every woman oppressed
From every aching in her chest

From every child ignored
Beaten down and poor
From the weaker pushed aside
And from all those who have died

Sing your songs with all the breath in your lungs
If you have got any left
And march on the ground where your victory sounded
And you paid all your debt
We will never be the same, we will never be the same
No, no, no, no
We will all be changed
We will never be the same, we will never be the same
No, no, no, no
We will all be changed

All our bonds are gone

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from These Broken Members, released May 14, 2016

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Doug Mains & the City Folk Lansing

One pensive troubadour backed by classical strings, modern accordion, and dynamic percussion is what you can expect from Doug Mains & the City Folk. Rooted in Michigan, this group bears a rich and smooth sound refreshing to the progressive world of indie folk. Thought provoking lyrics run deep in Mains’ songs accompanied by lonely guitar pickings that swell to thunderous string harmonies. ... more

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