A young lady leaves her mother
With no one to love her
To protect her from the world
And I have seen the monsters
That will haunt her
That will tear her all apart

And at her gravestone, we can’t remember
Just where we were, when we knew she would go
And I still remember that day that we left her
That’s when said that she knows, how it goes

And we sang:
“Your day will come
Your day will come
Your day will come”
And no matter what they say
It won’t matter if you pray or if you sin
‘Cause in the end, it’s all the same

A young man becomes a soldier
He’s isn’t much older than a boy and that’s a shame
They will lead him into battle
And hand him a medal when he comes home rearranged

And at the say-so
Of a man with a halo
He will obey; he will fall into place
Remembered by ribbons but never forgiven
He'll shoulder the bulk of the blame
What a shame
And we sing

“Your day will come
Your day will come
Your day will come”
And no matter what they say
It won’t matter if you pray or if you sin
‘Cause in the end, it’s all the same

And If I only had a dollar
For every horror that befalls my fellow man
I'd never work another hour
But I'd grow sour from the guilt and bitterness
The luck of the draw will determine the fallen
And everyone else will relax and move on
But what will you do when they come looking for you friend?
I hope that you’re brave and you're strong
Through it all
And we’ll sing...

Your day will come
Your day will come
Your day will come
And no matter what they say
It won’t matter if you pray or if you sin
‘Cause in the end...



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