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Ben Harper I Ride At Dawn Lyrics

Last updated: 01/28/2013 06:21:06 AM

Like my father
And his father, and his father before
Watch the soil burn in the fire
War after war
Done things I didn’t know I could
For the common good
Tomorrow I ride at dawn

Give a man a hundred years
And he’ll want a hundred more
Give him a hundred choices
And he still chooses war
From Salem Poor to Genghis Khan
Tomorrow I ride at dawn

I was born for battle
I was born to lead
I was born to help those who have dreams of being free
Brother stop your crying, sister dry your eyes
You’ll hear my medals ringing from Shreveport to Shabagan
Tomorrow I ride at dawn

At first light, I march to battle
Not my own life, but brothers’ I must save
And when you hear those pipes and drummers
You’ll know I marched to glory or proudly to my grave
Tell my loved ones they must carry on
For tomorrow I ride at dawn

Tomorrow I ride at dawn
Tomorrow I ride at dawn
Tell my loved ones they must carry on
For tomorrow I ride at dawn




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