JEFFREY FOUCAULT


Battle Hymn (of The College Dropout Farmhand) Lyrics

The humble sky is falling down on golden mother May
The sun in shadows rising paints the dawning break of day
And you could ask ten thousand times how come I left that
day
But the answer it won't change your mind
And I've got nothing else to say

Mine eyes have seen the glory of that ragged flag
unfurled
And I wonder when the light of the last honest man passed
from this weary world and they say
Home is where the heart is, my home ain't in this town
I build walls and just to climb them
Climb them just so you can help me down

Hear me oh hear me these times will grow faint
And the years spring up new like the Indian paint
Our dreams they succeed us, our children we taint
Pray for my soul the times they grow faint

And mine eyes have seen the glory of that ragged flag
unfurled
And I wonder when the light of the last honest man passed
from this weary world and they say
Home is where the heart is, my home ain't in this town
I build walls and just to climb them
Climb them just so you can help me down

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