Marches

by Phil Maffetone

Released April 15, 2017
Barmore
Released April 15, 2017
Barmore
Original folk and folk rock...like the 60s! MaffetoneMusic.com
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    Marches

    MARCHES

    There ain’t many other marches anymore

    What happened to departures of the soldiers off to war

    Was it just another day

    Now no one wants to say

    That the many so many marched before

    Too many marched before

     

    There ain’t many people standing anymore

    What happened to the voices, the plans that we endured

    They got lost along the way, with little more to say

    There aren’t many other marches to deplore

    Not many fingers flashing anymore

     

    In the middle of America, the middle of the world

    In the middle of America believe

    All the wasted words, too many never heard

    The power to make war

    Can be used to kill it once and for all

    Peace keepers ain’t killers

    and peace ain’t the reason for war

     

    There ain’t many sitting down anymore

    The multitudes are quitting like the poor

    It was just another day

    That all got in the way

    There aren’t many more marches like before

    Not many other marches anymore

     

    In the middle of America, the middle of the world

    In the middle of America believe

    All the wasted words, too many never heard

    The power to make war

    Can be used to kill it once and for all

    Peace keepers ain’t killers

    and peace ain’t the reason for war

    Peace keepers ain’t killers

    and peace ain’t the reason for war

NOTES
Marches is like the old anti-war folk songs from the 50s and 60s.

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