I’ve traveled so far away from home
Where I left my life denied
With a white spelled dream
Which fades to night
As the past sins into morninglight

I’ve tried so hard every way to call
Myself back to life
In the warmest lust where tight will falls
As grey ash over
Fire-eaten skies

Of misery and the final hope
Now hear me screaming loud

Dyers! Sinners!
Chanting prayers
There waits the crowd
Standing at sunset
A pilgrimage of lepers to the sanctuary vault
An ordinary story
Of misery and the final hope
Now hear them screaming loud

By the bleeding of my feet
Arms and lips I bow myself to thee
Over charity and grace you master here
On a raw stone walk on my knees
To kiss prodigious skin

Now hear them crying out
They offer their soul for misery
And the final hope
Over charity and grace I worship here


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