‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Noah Brown Shares Song That Captures How He Feels About Late Father

by Amy Myers
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Since the tragic death of family patriarch Billy Brown, the Alaskan Bush People family has struggled both on and off the show with the loss of their beloved “Da.” This includes 29-year-old son Noah who has shared much of his feelings on social media. Recently, the star posted a photo on Instagram that seemed to summarize his thoughts.

“Sometimes a song can say what I am feeling better than I can,” the Alaskan Bush People star shared in his post.

Along with the wise words, Noah posted a link to a song on YouTube as well as photo of a songbird sitting on a ledge.

Noah chose James Blunt’s “Monsters” to help him express and process his emotions regarding his father’s death.

Listen to the song below.

The touching tribute speaks to the Alaskan Bush People star’s acceptance of his dad’s fate and his need to carry on in his place. Even though he will still mourn the loss of his “Da,” he assures him that he will continue to make him proud.

I’m not your son, you’re not my father
We’re just two grown men saying goodbye
No need to forgive, no need to forget
I know your mistakes and you know mine
And while you’re sleeping I’ll try to make you proud
So, daddy, won’t you just close your eyes?
Don’t be afraid, it’s my turn
To chase the monsters away

‘Alaskan Bush People’ Star Welcomes Second Child Following Father’s Death

Before Billy Brown passed away in February this year, he was able to meet several of his grandchildren, including Noah and his wife Rhain’s son, Elijah. Recently, the family has welcomed yet another boy into the quickly growing “Wolf Pack.” Of course, watching little Adam grow and interact with his relatives is bittersweet for the young father, since he never had the chance to meet his “GrandDa.”

Previously, the Alaskan Bush People star has reflected on how the show will help Adam learn who Billy Brown was and what he stood for.

“Having another son really makes me think about Da and how Adam won’t have any personal memories with him, that is one reason that I am so thankful for the the TV show and why I am so grateful to our Discovery Channel Family for giving us the opportunity to show people that never had a chance to meet Da, just how wonderful of a person he was, and someday Adam will be able to watch the show and get to know his GrandDa,” Noah wrote in the Instagram post.