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From the rock album "Isumataq" This is a representation of the life of Joseph Idlout who was featured on the Canadian two dollar bill

Lyrics

Idaluk


Idaluk went into the night
Passed by the man by The Bay
He said what’s mine is mine
What’s yours is mine till the end of time
Ticks away and we are in our graves

And the world Idaluk’s world was thick with words

Idaluk went into the night
Passed by the man dressed in Red
I am the law to serve and protect
What grandmothers taught you’ll learn to forget
I am the law I am the law
Now the world – Idaluk’s world was thick with words

Idaluk went into the night
Passed by the light dressed in black
He said god is angry you have sinned
So I’ve been sent to be the government
Now the three men grinned oh.

Now the world the whole wide world was thick with words

Bay harvested bodies
Black harvested souls
Red he was the brother
Who enforced it all

For the silent king how did this look?
Well the night – the deep dark night

Went into Idaluk