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Leaders of Men - David Woodhead and David Essig

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Published on Jun 3, 2014

Sometimes a song emerges as necessary - here we have David Woodhead (fretless gourd banjo, vocal) and David Essig (on the Greek Tzouras) performing the debut of Woodhead's modal musings on the the complexities of coming elections in Ontario. May 30, 2014 at the Smale's Pace Reunion concert at the Aeolian Hall in London, Ontario.

When the leaders of men Change like the seasons -- to win
How can we hold That truth we are told - to our hearts?

There is an old tale of souls who set sail
Making the chart of our times
They did so espy the world you and I
Are taking for granted for all of our lives.

At what cost? What is lost? 2x




The words are so thin Repeat them again for effect
No gentleman's friend Why would we lend You respect
The truth it be damned You can't show your hand To your friends
Frayed at the seams No matter the means Get the ends

At what cost? The vote that is gained
What is lost? A vision (still) untamed A part of the brain

When the leaders of men Change like the seasons -- to win
How can we hold That truth we are told - to our hearts?

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