"The Watchman" as written by Carl Mccoy, Tony Pettitt, Alexander James Wright, Paul Alexander Wright and Peter Yates....
Innocence is hurting, a world speaks out of tune
Promise calls, promise falls, what are we to do with a clouded view
You follow me through

Sadly the tides are changing, my world slips out of you
Your body falls, my body calls, what are we to do with a clouded view
You follow me through

My life's turning pages, I see a promised day
Watchmen never age here, they just sleep in vain
Drowning people stare here, they don't care to call
So I rebury the pages, Kthulhu calls

You'll see, you'll see her when she starts to form
You'll see, you'll see her when she starts to call

In the name of Jesus Christ, won't you fear my name
I've been around since Moses, your preacher never came

You'll see, you'll see her when she starts to form
You'll see, you'll see her when she starts to call

Follow me
You sleep, you sleep
Follow me

It's just another day, remember I'm calling for you
Just another day, remember she's calling for you
Just another day, Kthulhu, I'm calling for you
Just another day, An empire has fallen from view

You sleep, you sleep

You cannot follow me!


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"The Watchman" as written by Carl Mccoy Alexander James Wright

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