"Promised Land" as written by and Lisa/deluna Enterline....
Life could've been different
You think I don't know
Could've been born in Paris
Or in the Wisconsin snow
But I'm from this desert
And here I will stand
And I will meet you in the promised land

You know I went to college
To be an engineer
I thought I'd do something useful
What good is that here
When your jet fighters bomb
Any buildings that stand
I will meet you in the promised land

The life of the fighter
I didn't choose
But I love my people
And I can follow your cues
If destroying our world
Is your leader's command
Then I will meet you in the promised land

My name is Mohamed
But I don't know if it's true
If we go anyplace better
When our life here is through
But you have butchered my family
You must understand
And I will meet you in the promised land

I know it's not pretty
But for all that you've done
For all the widows and orphans
For all the wars that you've won
I must teach you a lesson
Maybe you'll understand
I will meet you in the promised land

So I will get in this plane
And when it's in the air
To your symbols of power
And our source of despair
I'll look out through the cockpit
I will steady my hand
And I will meet you in the promised land,
I will meet you in the promised land


Lyrics submitted by concreteblues

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