On the Edge of Morning

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On the Edge of Morning

On the edge of morning you can hear the sun
Calling to the farmer, "Arise, your work ain't done.
The fields are in waiting, and the cattle they are patient,
But the day waits for no one, waits for no one."

Before the city sleeps, the moon he cracks a joke,
"All you ear budded listeners can't hear past your holy smoke.
You're blinded by the neon, instead of living you just dream on.
But the day waits for no one, waits for no one."

When dusk is at its darkest, the moon and sun they sing
A ballad to the masses, a duet of extremes.
They say, "Listen, all you peoples, you farmers and city crowds,
Live life like it's a gift, and don't sleep in just to wait things out.
For the fields are in waiting, and the cattle they are patient,
Don't lose yourself in all the neon, or all the things you disagree on,
For the day waits for no one, waits for no one."

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from Before the War, released November 19, 2013

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