Still Just One Moon
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Someone somewhere declared we march off holding guns To point and fire should we see different same someones It matters not though they have lives the same as you Their flag is different so your orders control you Beside me wondering there's hundreds more like me When will that final moment find us randomly Will we get time to know and feel our last goodbyes Or will that last misfortune be our last surprise All we know, is we won't know I could be home now lying under her Willow tree Gazing quiet stars her perfumed softness next to me Familiar summer breeze within the corn protects us there As far can be away from fear, as her noises tease the air Lying there each second 30 miles through space we move But instead of reaching other lives our own ones we remove It's so much harder to approach than to destroy Bullets now approaching mum, dad, on target for your boy Here they come, now I feel numb Tell my girl that my heart was hers, before its fatal wound Tell her, my family and my brothers that I'll never see them soon Tell my country that I died for her, though there's still just one moon And tell whoever playin' with my life, should play a better tune So what are you doing here, your time wasn't even near Four score at least in years, before you were to be here And who threw away your time, for a medal that only shines 'Cos there's only one thing to find, when your life away they sign So pick-up your blood filled pens, and re-write your rules with bends Bring more than just lives to an end, or will we just keep going round Again, again, again, and again Tell my girl that my heart was hers, before it's fatal wound Tell her, my family and my brothers that I'll never see them soon Tell my country that I died for her, though there's still just one moon And tell whoever playin' with my life, here's a much better tune
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