Pa Sheehy - Through The Fields Lyrics


My father would stand at the back of the church
So he could leave when communion was served
I’d follow my mother through the gaps in the crowd
We sat by the organ, we whispered so loud

And just for a moment
We would remember who had gone
Those who got lost along the way
And just for a moment
We would put down all our guns
When Sunday was for remembering someone

As we walk through the fields of our land
We would all go together hand in hand
As the sun goes down
Just beyond the sea
The time is now
Goodbye from me

People had gathered from all over town
The silence so peaceful, the only sound
What we were there for, the time was now
All the tears and the roses that followed you down

And just for a moment
We would remember all you’d done
And all that you loved along the way
And just for a moment, we would put down all our guns
When Sunday was for remembering someone

As we walk through the fields of our land
We would all go together hand in hand
As the sun goes down
Just beyond the sea
The time is now
Goodbye from me

As we walk through the fields of our land
We would all go together hand in hand
As the sun goes down
Just beyond the sea
The time is now
Goodbye from me


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