Sometimes the Wolf

by Head Like a Hole

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This track was recorded as part of the Blood will Out Sessions and unfortunately wasn't finished in time to make it on the album. Partly based on Cormac McCarthys 'Blood Meridian'

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The mirror cracked from side to side
She looked down from a reddened sky
Proclaim when you place your dagger
For lives will change through War and Anger

The men they rode, turned black in the sun
Their faces pale the blood on their clothes
A witness to weapons the blunt face of fear
They rode through the dust and smelt the fear

Lambs lost on the mountain, they cry
Sometimes comes the mother, sometimes the wolf

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released February 19, 2014
Lyrics by Nigel Beazley and Nigel Regan written and arranged by Head Like a Hole

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Head Like a Hole Wellington, New Zealand

Head Like a Hole is a New Zealand Rock Band originally from Wellington. Started in 1990 there first single Fish Across Face reached the top ten. Outrageous live shows and their unique brand of videos cemented their place in New Zealand rock history. After disbanding in 2000 reformed in 2009 and released the album 'Blood Will Out' in 2011 and spent 9 weeks in the charts reaching no.8. ... more

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