The Lamb

The Lamb

words by Kathleen Coyle and Annalisa Ventola
music by Annalisa Ventola

Sheep, they roam the open pasture.
They have no direction.
Dividing dreams the lives they’ve always lived
are not now what they seem.

Then one day a lamb, he chose to
sheer away the wool from his eyes
he tried to tell the other sheep that
they’ll be free just see through the lies.

He said, “Tell me what we’ve become,
they’ve taken his only son.
Erasing the truth from the sons and the daughters,
blindly we’re lead like lambs to the slaughter.
Tell me the truth you find,
when the blind lead the blind.”

The lamb, he left the field to travel
met a wolf as black as night
the wolf said, “Come, I’ll show you God.
you won’t believe his might.”

But God is man and man thinks he’s God
and both judge in ignorance.
If he is going to the ball,
then I don’t want to dance.

He said, “Tell me what we’ve become,
they’ve taken his only son.
Erasing the truth from the sons and the daughters,
blindly we’re lead like lambs to the slaughter.
Tell me the truth you find,
when the blind lead the blind.”

 “Tell me what we’ve become,
they’ve taken his only son.
Erasing the truth from the sons and the daughters,
blindly we’re lead like lambs to the slaughter.
Tell me the truth you find,
when the blind lead the blind.”

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