"All the King’s Horses" as written by and Matthew Perryman Jones Neilson Gray Hubbard....
She finally broke it
I won’t cry
No, I won’t cry
She whispered the verdict
I won’t fight
No, I won’t fight

Wars like these
Come to wreck and waste
The years we build
We can’t replace

Retelling stories in the dark
That’s where it starts
Rewind the memories that never stop
They never stop

Wars like these
Are a wreck and a waste
The years we build
We can’t replace

Did you hear our voices
And all the King’s horses
Did the warning wash off the wall
On these wheels of worn tread
And all the words we said
Could one like you ever fall
Could one like you ever fall


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