"Wake Up My Children" as written by and Coyne/cudworth/clague....
Wake up my children
Wake up my children
Wake up my children

Your daddy is coming home
Your daddy is coming home
Your daddy is coming home
Your daddy is on his way

Wake up my children
Look out your windows
Wake up my children

Your daddy is home from the war
Your daddy is home from the war
He's at the door now
Coming nearer and nearer

Wake up my children
I said, wake up my children, yeah
Wake up my children

He's only a few hours away
He's only a few days away
He's only a few years away
Only a century away, yeah

Wake up my children
Wake up my children
Wake up my children

Your daddy's never coming
Your daddy's never coming
Your daddy's never coming
You know he's gone for good now

Wake up my children
Wake up my children, yeah
Wake up my children

Be real nice for your daddy
Put away those baddies
Be real nice for your daddy
Do away with baddies

Wake up my children, yeah
You must see my children
There's no more fighting, yes

Your daddy is coming home
Your daddy is coming home
Your daddy is coming home
Your daddy is coming home


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"Wake Up My Children" as written by Kevin Coyne David John Clague

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