Vicious Traditions

Album: The Runaway Found (2004)
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  • The song is meant to be a powerful reminder of the costs of continual war and grief throughout human history. It is featured at the end of the 2007 motion picture Mr. Brooks, starring Kevin Costner and Demi Moore. >>
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    Bob - Southern Tier, NY
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