Inheritance Song Lyrics

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Mother, Father, I'm doing OK
On the other side of the country, far away
And though I know the things that you want to hear me say
Sometimes these things are hard
Mother, Father, I am your son
Right down to the long thin pointed face
And this muddled up and twisted tongue
And now I find that I'm doing
All those things you would have done
Sometimes these things are hard
Ch: So do I thank you? Do I curse you?
These tracks stretch out before me - the ones you left behind
What I want and what I feel - it's yours, yours, not mine

Mother, Father, all those battles that have been

Track Listing

CD 1
  • 1 I Love the World
  • 2 Stupid Questions
  • 3 225
  • 4 Inheritance
  • 5 Green and Grey
  • 6 Ballad of Bodmin Pill
  • 7 Family
  • 8 Family Life
  • 9 Vagabonds
  • 10 125 mph
  • 11 Archway Towers
  • 12 The Charge
  • 13 Chinese Whispers
  • 14 Nothing Touches
  • 15 White Coats

  • credits

    publisher: ©Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
    writers: Justin Edward Sullivan, Robert Charles Heaton
    album: Track 4 in album Thunder and Consolation
    release date: 1989-2
    popularity : 67 users have visited this page.
    genres: Rock
    styles: Folk Rock/New Wave/Alternative Rock/Post-Punk
    length: 3:24
    producer: New Model Army
    mixer: Tom Dowd
    composer: Justin Sullivan, Robert Heaton

    Album Information

    label: EMI
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 077779131723
    script: Latin