There's a big long road leading to a ranch limousines go back and forth there
There's tiny crowd gathered by the road, and it's gaining in its numbers
They are holding hands, they are holding signs, they are joined by many others
There's a mother mourning her proud young son and she stands with friends and neighbors

Who are wondering why all these guns appear in the hands of sons and daughters
Is there anything in this whole wide world that is worth surrendering lives for
I will ask myself, have i done all i can to surrender my agenda
I will raise my voice just because I can

That's the beauty of my homeland
And I'll sing 'til all of the cows come home
To the ranch of all compassion
I'll sing 'til all of the cows come home

To the ranch of all compassion
There's a broken spoke in the mighty wheel, there's a boulder in the boot
When you walk wherever you might choose be careful of your footprints
To all parents of all brave lost souls there is nothing I can say

But I can raise my voice, we can shine a light til this darkness goes away
I will raise my voice just because I can
That's the beauty of my homeland
And I'll sing 'til all of the cows come home

To the ranch of all compassion
I'll sing 'til all of the cows come home
To the ranch of all compassion


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