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Something is Coming
© 2007 Words and music; the stranger | From the album Precipice Moon by Ewing

Something is Coming

It looks like lightning flashing over the hill
But there are stars in the sky, and I can see them still
A crack, a rumble, a little bit faint; sounds like thunder, but I know it ain't

Scarecrows burning, tin-man rusting, little people asking why
Tin-man he can't help much now, monkey wings fill the sky
Tin-man, broken heart, pumping crude; the lion was shot in the head
Liberty lost her silver slippers, and soon she could be dead
Emerald City was a bad, bad dream, pave the streets with gold
Maybe we just missed the point; we could've taken the red brick road

Something is coming, something is coming, something is coming, I fear.

Cold hard cash bought the farm, now its guns and butter and war
The pyramid's eye, opens on time in Nineteen Eighty-four
Reserve notes die, derivatives fly, the greenspan-put was a ruse
Sending loaded arms to idle hands with nothing left to lose
Smoke'em if you got'em at the crude contango, after the final feast
But don't cry wolf at a precipice moon, while dancing with the beast

Something is coming, something is coming, something is coming, I fear.

Left-right-left, divided we stand, banksters loathe the common man
In a complex industrial-militant zone; stands a ticking, self-licking ice cream cone
Mini-nuke-lexus and the olive tree, broken arrows to sell
Godzilla lays a thousand eggs, angels escape from hell
Is this the eleventh-hour, soon to be last-call?
Belly-up for one more gallon - and weapons for all

Something is coming, something is coming, something is coming, I fear.
Something is coming, something is coming, something is coming.

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Inspired by the book And Weapons for All, by Dr. William Hartung


Get it on the album Precipice Moon by Ewing


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Also of interest:
A New American Dark Age
Children of Men


Turn off the TV and think!






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