No storms were on the horizon

No worries or hurries or cares

No messages from Verizon

No particular reason for tears

No real effect and no real cause

 

It was just an ordinary day

In a kind of plain vanilla way

It was just an ordinary day

‘Till I kneeled down to pray

 

Then I heard the trumpet sound

And the earth it started burning

And the stars fell to the ground

While saved mankind was yearning

For the One who is and who was

 

His kingdom came upon the world

All earthly kings had disappeared

No flags were raised or unfurled

The Faithful and True was revered

When He rode in on his white horse

 

It was just an ordinary day

In a kind of plain vanilla way

It was just an ordinary day

‘Till I kneeled down to pray

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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