Bruce Mills Music

Never again
Lyrics
Never Again
© 2005 Bruce Mills (ASCAP)

Out from the darkest of all ages
Mighty horsemen come
Nights are filled with lightening - brighter than the sun:
But children sing - oh children sing

About a world of love and beauty -
Slowly torn apart
Hearts turning into stone - so little mercy shown
The children sing - they always sing
Chorus
Oh - Listen to their voices like angels in the sky
You can see the tears shining in their eyes
They do not understand suffering, bitterness and pain
But how they sing - never again / never again

The sun will rise again tomorrow - yes -
The past will fade away -
From ashes of destruction - there comes a brand new day
The children sing - never again
Never again, never again, never again, never again
Never again, never again, never again - the children sing

Chorus
Oh listen to the chorus - the children's voices rise
You can see the tears shining in their eyes
They don't understand the suffering and pain
But how they sing - never again

For this old world to reach fulfilment
And not a sorry end
Listen to the children now / join them as they sing
Never again - never again
Never again, never again, never again, never again

Someday the children might forgive us
For all the wrong we've done - but
Nothing's ever going to change - Until we all can sing -
Never again - never again chazor (remember or chazor is whispered)

Description
Short Song Description:
Song for all our veterans of wars
Long Song Description:
Written explicitly for Memorial Day and Remembrance Day
Story Behind the Song:
Queen Elizabeth II recognized this song in 2006 (VIMY Ridge commemoration)
Credits
Lyric Credits: Bruce Mills
Music Credits: Bruce Mills
Producer Credits: Dennis Field (Denmark Studio)
Publisher Credits:
Performance Credits: Bruce Mills with Christine Garnet and the Field Family
Label Credits:
Metadata
Song Length: 4:20
Primary Genre: Unique-Patriotic
Secondary Genre: -
Tempo / Feel: Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal: Male Vocal
Subject Matter 1: Power
Mood 1: Poignant
Language: English