See the lights distantly call
Shrink the ground everywhere they fall
There's water somewhere to be found
not by me
Quench the soil, save my family

I Will, I Will, I Will but the rain won't fall down

And this soil is all that I know
Trench furrowed deep
where the winds don't blow
And when my god is coming down to me
Take both my hands, take my family

I Will, I Will, I Will but the rain won't fall down

There's a light, it takes me far away
And there's a sound
It questions all I know
Now I'm down, gods lips are like pillow
I won't be falling down anymore

There's water pouring from my veins
Gone away, all my earthly pains
And now my blood must feed the land and thee
God take my soul, save my family

I Will, I Will, I Will that the rain must fall down


Lyrics submitted by irishbones

I will (Requiem for a Farmer) song meanings
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