There used to be a welcome sign in Darfur
Made by the sweet-hearted people living there in peace
But then another kind of “people”
Ripped it up piece by piece.

Now the human beings of Darfur
They are afraid to speak, afraid to cry
Afraid to turn around for they might be smitten
Afraid to put their hands up to the sky.

I’ve seen a woman of beauty and dignity in Darfur
She was beat and raped so that I had to look away
When I looked back her spirit had gone then
All was left was her body slain

Her hiding child ran to find his mother
To see her pride and beauty comfort him.
And when he saw her shattered by the trails,
He layed down his body on Her and
Died with grief.

These killers they are really monsters.
They took a mother’s chaste, a mother’s grace
They took a child’s hope, they took his comfort.
But don’t think that this will be erased.

For in the sky there is a Judger roaring.
He is crying for the scared people of Darfur.
His vengeance on a leash it is crawling.
The angels of that World call for War.

The angels are preparing for their battles,
They cry for vengeance, Justice, and the Law.
For a place where Darfur will hurt no more.
For a place where G-d is still held in Awe.

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