Raewyn – Russell Crowe & The Ordinary Fear Of God [HD]

July 4, 2011

Raewyn Russell Crowe & The Ordinary Fear Of God My Hand, My heart Raewyn (Crowe/Doyle) There’s a black and white photograph of Raewyn. I know the place and the year that it was taken. Gosford, before all the houses, Forrestors was still uncrowded. Footprints, often only your own. Over the sand dunes and into the mangroves, He gets his camera out and that’s where uncle Peter goes. He took this photograph of you with your wild hair. Just back from America, in your print top and your flares. So much light in your eyes no-one read the despair. A scream in the night, my mother shaking with tears. Her little sister was pouring down the stairs, Oh Raewyn is no longer here. Chorus 6/8 How little do I know of the pain of my mother, If I’m now just thinking, if I’d lost a brother? How many nights has she lain awake shaking. When I could of held her, shared the pain she had taken. I should have held her and told her that I loved her, A son needs to say it when he loves his mother. Jolly Jack Crowe was out on the ocean. His Charlie asleep alone, deep within the motion. Jack’s eyes hollowed from the inside, his life and heart had been pulverized, Guilt’s not so loud in a bottle. Taking risks had bought four sons and good fortune. How could he know that was the tide his luck was leaving on. Nobody talked of the beauty lost and undone. Everybody baulked when we named our son, But it’s time to stop blaming Jolly Jack Crowe. Who’s grief knew no boundaries and swallowed him whole. Fighting
Video Rating: 5 / 5

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