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Good Friday Never Changes

  • (Colum Sands)

    For Good Friday never changes
    Are we changed, the number of the years
    Add one to the last one
    And say oh dear, oh dear
    How time changes, how time changes

    It's Good Friday on the calendar and I'm on the train
    The endless train that brings us to and from the friends who ease the pain
    Of loneliness and gardens, the agony a-grown
    The moment when you realise that you stand alone

    Were you the man who tried the chains, the evil that you found
    Or did you stand uncertain at the edge of the crowd as he was led away
    You didn't raise the hand that once had flung the palm
    In the waters of indifference you stood and washed your hands

    And now we've reached the station, see how the people run
    Laughing and crying to and from the friends who ease the pain
    Of loneliness and gardens, the agony a-grown
    The moment when you realise that you stand alone

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