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Article Title: Runrig: Gaelic rock's finest pursuing circles of life
Author of reported comment: Susan Bell-Heneghan
Comment Date: 22:28 on Nov 25 2018
Comment: I, too, have only recently discovered Runrig while researching my Scottish heritage. Sadly, too late to see them in their final tour. But it hasn't stopped me from listening to their music all the time. I, too, hear God in the strains, and what a refreshing, uplifting thing to hear, that "three" of the members KNOW the one true God! So, of course, we hear God in their music!! I do have a question about one song which I can't seem to find an answer to. What is "From the North" about? I've let my mind run amok with possible explanations; the Bruce searching for help in northern Scotland, among the fierce border clans, maybe? A Highland lord in a lifelong blood battle with, I dunno, someone, and looking among his Scottish brothers for assistance? Anyone know the truth or where I can find it?
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