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Verse 1
The Earth was spinning all vacant and waste
And there was silence over the ocean
When a voice came thundering from above
The first day of light was in motion
Verse 2
And then the voice said may fruits be created
And seeds take root as they may
And no crimes were as yet committed
Life was breathing its second day
Verse 3
In his image this voice made a man
And a woman to love each other
They became the rulers of the world
And the third day was their mother
Verse 4
Now who will pray for Babylon
Sing a song to Babylon
On your knees before Babylon
Beat that drum because Babylon is falling
Verse 5
Man and woman learned how to make fire
And the kingdom's walls were extended
By the fourth day the walls were reaching so far
No one knew where they ended
Verse 6
Now no one heard that voice anymore
And metal cities came to ascend
On the fifth day spring turned into fall
And a rain fell over the land
Verse 7
But no walls can stop such a rain
That keeps falling forevermore
I was told that by the sixth day
The Earth was like an open sore
Verse 8
Now who will pray for Babylon
Sing a song to Babylon
On your knees before Babylon
Beat that drum because Babylon is falling
Verse 9
The Earth was spinning all vacant and a waste
And there was silence over the oceans
When a voice came thundering from above
The seventh day was in motion
Verse 10
Now who will pray for Babylon
Sing a song to Babylon
On your knees before Babylon
Beat that drum because Babylon is falling
Falling
Verse 11
I will wipe from the face of the earth the human race I have created, and with them the animals
The birds and the creatures that move along the ground, for I regret that I have made them

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Writer(s):Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc.
Copyright: FRED INGVAR ASP, CHRISTIAN FALK, PER OLOV HAEGGLUND, EINAR HEKSCHER, JOACHIM THAASTROEM



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