There's a new day dawning
There's a new day dawning
There's a new day dawning
Day is dawning
Day is dawning
Day is dawning

There's a new day dawning
skulls piled high
My body breathes as crushed by an army
but i enjoy how it feels
to be hurt, beaten, broken and demolished
I may never later choose to heal because

The sun is disappearing and the dark is reappearing on top

There's a pile of old bones in the corner
entrails in jars on shelves
The shadow over land becomes a cover
It appears as neither black nor pale
The sight of sky in darkness draws an audience
The basement dwellers will go blind because

The sun is disappearing and the dark is reappearing on top
The sun is disappearing and the dark is reappearing on top

The work of the father of my father
to build the will to build
has fallen blindly over all of my recordings
It is the nails driven through the steel
of an armored army vehicle with an engine's roar
a future coffin where I soon may lie because

The sun is disappearing and the dark is reappearing on top
The sun is disappearing and the dark is reappearing on top
The sun is disappearing and the dark is reappearing on top
On top on top on top on top
The sun is disappearing and the dark is reappearing on top


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