1. (Just) Waiting for a Train (Clarke, 3:12). Dave was standing at the platform at Guildwood Station in Toronto waiting for the Montreal-bound train to arrive when this song came to him.
2. When Are You Coming Home (Clarke-Shizgal, 4:16). Near the end of Dave and Lucinda’s nine-year stint in Western Canada, Ellen began this song. When they finally did return to Montreal, Dave helped finish the plaintive melody.
3. Rain (Chodan-Shizgal, 2:50). A quiet night and the peaceful sound of the rain coming down.
4. The Last Time (Gorr-Shizgal, 4:03). Tod’s country roots show on this waltz-time ballad, whose lyrics were penned with Ellen’s help.
5. Winter Wren (Shizgal, 2:33). A bluegrass-leaning ode to letting go.
6. Darkest Night (Clarke, 3:19). More country-inflected melancholy, this time from Dave.
7. Argyle Street (Chodan-Clarke, 3:38). Celtic music meets bluegrass in this song about a night in the bars that line Argyle Street in Halifax.
8. Flow River Flow (Chodan-Clarke, 3:14). Dave and Lucinda’s ode to leaving Montreal for Victoria, B.C., not knowing when they’d be back.
9. Once in a While (Shizgal, 4:06). A waltz about love that lasts.
10. If By Midnight (Chodan-Clarke, 2:41). The most bluegrassy tune on the album invokes the long drive from Boston to the Laurentians.
11. Kate’s Song (Shizgal, 5:01). Ellen began this song in 2010, after watching a video of Kate McGarrigle’s last performance and later the footage of the aftermath of the earthquake in Haiti.
12. Paper Girl (Clarke, 3:21). The album’s only instrumental is a kinder, gentler kind of bluegrass that features Dave’s fluid picking and the warm sound of his 1938 Martin D-18.