Will I see you there when that final trumpet blows?
Will I see you there when that final trumpet blows?
If I don't see you there, I will run a comb through my hair
And I will wait, I will wait, I will wait

Will you walk on in when the angel summons you?
Will you walk on in when the angel summons you?
If I don't see you go, I will let the minions flow
And I will wait, I will wait, I will wait

Down in Dealey Plaza, the tourists mill about
Down in Dealey Plaza, the tourists mill about
And I am far from where we live, and I have not learned how to forgive
But I will wait, I will wait, I will wait


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"Blues in Dallas" as written by John Darnielle

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    General CommentI'm pretty sure this entire song is from the perspective of the man who shot JFK. Deleay Plaza is where the shooter was located. Think about it that way. It destroys you.
    TheKingOfCarrotFlowerson August 31, 2012   Link

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