"Walls of Jericho" as written by Richard Garvin Evans, Fionan Martin Hanvey, David John Kelly, Derek Mary Karl Rowen, Trevor Bernard Rowen and David Watson....
Which the way, the way we are going?
Which the way will save us all?
For I have been here for so long
For I have seen all I can see,
All I can see, all I can see.

I see further to a day, to a day never to come.
With eyes in the back of my head
I see all around me.
I didn't know him for I didn't see.
To live once again, to live in dreams,
To live once again, to live once again.

The walls of Jericho.
The walls of Jericho.

To walk on water, speak with fire,
To live once again, to live once again,
To live once again.
I watched a man, a man he died

Nailed to a cross, nailed to a cross,
Nailed to a cross.
He believes he can see the walls of Jericho.

Which the way, the way we are going?
Which the way will save us all?
For I have been here for so long
For I have seen all I can see,
All I can see, all I can see.

He believes he can see the walls of Jericho,
The walls of Jericho.


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"Walls of Jericho" as written by David John Kelly David Watson

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    General CommentIt's about the death of hope: Realising that Jesus' vision of a better world was but the delusion of a dying man, because no one follows his example.
    Lepra Messiason March 02, 2006   Link

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