Dead Can Dance:How Fortunate The Man With None

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You saw sagacious Solomon
You know what came of him
To him complexities seemed plain
He cursed the hour that gave birth to him
And saw that everything was vain
How great and wise was Solomon
The world however did not wait
But soon observed what followed on
Its wisdom that had brought him to this state
How fortunate the man with none

You saw courageous Caesar next
You know what he became
They deified him in his life
Then had him murdered just the same
And as they raised the fatal knife
How loud he cried: you too my son!
The world however did not wait
But soon observed what followed on
Its courage that had brought him to that state
How fortunate the man with none

You heard of honest Socrates
The man who never lied:
They werent so grateful as youd think
Instead the rulers fixed to have him tried
And handed him the poisoned drink
How honest was the peoples noble son
The world however did not wait
But soon observed what followed on
Its honesty that brought him to that state
How fortunate the man with none

Here you can see respectable folk
Keeping to gods own laws
So far he hasnt taken heed
You who sit safe and warm indoors
Help to relieve out bitter need
How virtuously we had begun
The world however did not wait
But soon observed what followed on
Its fear of God that brought us to that state
How fortunate the man with none