"Celebration Guns [Camouflage Nights]" as written by and Amy Millan Patrick Mcgee....
So tomorrow there will be another number
For the one who had a name
Desert wind and a perverse desire to win
History buried in shame

All the beating drums
Celebration guns
The thunder and the laughter
The last thing they remember
All the beating drums
Celebration guns
The thunder and the laughter
The last thing they remember

Then the next day how will you know your enemy
By their colour or your fear
One by one we can cage them in your freedom
Make them all disappear.

Six hundred sixty six hundred sixty days
Two guards one uncharged
This morning's paper's ink stains my fingers
My hands grow darker everyday

All the beating drums
Celebration guns
The thunder and the laughter
The last thing they remember
All the beating drums
Celebration guns
The thunder and the laughter
The last thing they remember

All the beating drums
Celebration guns
The thunder and the laughter
The last thing they remember
All the beating drums
Celebration guns
The thunder and the laughter
The last thing they remember

Goodnight, sleep light
Stranger
Goodnight, sleep light
Stranger
Goodnight, sleep light
Stranger


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"Celebration Guns" as written by Christopher Allen Seligman Amy E Millan

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