When we finally came back
When we came back home
Saw how they had left it
They'd left it all alone

When we finally saw it
Saw what they had done
There wasn't much of anything
Not much of anything at all (x2)


Messengers came to your town
You'd run and hide
You'd watch them die

You never heard what they would say
I wonder why, I wonder why

Carry a thousand silver bowls
back from our homes (x2)

Oh well I'm the one they love
Well I don't know, I don't know
Carry a thousand silver bowls

A thousand years have come and gone
But my clothes still look the same
This is our last night in a tent

They are your socks stuck in the sand
They cut your feet
They cut your hands
But you never ceased to show

You give me more than I could hope
Asking for stories full of holes
But I guess they're good to know

The light passed through the
I'll pass through a million lies
I saw somethings still shine the same
The other end of a thousand nights

And all of this to try find a bed
I never layed my mind on it

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Jerusalem Had A Bad Day song meanings
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