Alec Benjamin – The Hill I Will Die On Lyrics | Audio

Lyrics The Hill I Will Die On – Alec Benjamin

Some have fought battles in fields full of cattle
And some have waged war out at sea
Some in militias and some with malicious intent
Some men just want to be

Free from oppression and so their aggression
Is worn like a badge on their sleeve
Some have fought battles from desks in Seattle
And some have waged war on the street

Guess this is the hill I will die on
I woke up this morning, put my suit and tie on
Walked down to the bus that I ride on
The air felt so still, I guess this is the hill

I guess this is the will I will write on
The back of this bill, with my pen as my quill
And I hope you’ll still love me when I’m gone
The air felt so still, I guess this is the hill I will..

Hmmm na, na na na
Hhmmm na, na na na

Some fight with rifles and some use the Bible
And some use a shield and a knife
Some author libel which sometimes goes viral
And ruins an innocent life

Leaves an impression, teaches no lesson
And leads to regression and strife
Some fight to stifle and some ’cause it’s primal
And some ’cause they’re sure that they’re right

Guess this is the hill I will die on
I woke up this morning, put my suit and tie on
Walked down to the bus that I ride on
The air felt so still, I guess this is the hill

I guess this is the will I will write on
The back of this bill, with my pen as my quill
And I hope you’ll still loνe me when I’m gone
The air felt so still, I guess this is the hill I will die on

Hmmm na, na na na
Hhmmm na, na na na…

➤ Written by Alec Benjamin
Alec Benjamin | 2020

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