I write to you from Cell Block 2
Yes, it pains me to know it didn't go
The way that I had planned it
Now, they're preparing the room
But I'll use the final words they give me
To extoll your grace and beauty
Even as the kick my legs out from the floor
I'll scream your name

The sun will rise again
And the harvest soon will thrive
And your sad, blue eyes will learn
To shine their light again
Hold on fast to your pride
To the fire that burns within
May the freedom song you sing
Be a tonic to your pain
Whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa
Whoa

Tried to do what I thought best
And the law can be damned
But as I sit here and reflect
I see that my actions were rash
If only I had it to do over
We would still be picking clovers
In the grass out by the reservoir
And you'd never be alone

But the sun will rise again
And the harvest soon will thrive
And your sad, blue eyes will learn
To shine their light again
Hold on fast to your pride
To the fire that burns within
May the freedom song you sing
Be a tonic to your pain
Whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa
Whoa

I've got your name upon a wall
Soon, I'll be gone
Say a prayer and promise me
You will be strong

Cause the sun will rise again
And the harvest soon will thrive
And your sad, blue eyes will learn
To shine their light again
Hold on fast to your pride
To the fire that burns within
May the freedom song you sing
Be a tonic to your pain
Whoa, whoa, whoa
Whoa
Whoa
Whoa, whoa, whoa


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