Song – Yes I See

WRITER

  • Bob Gibson

PUBLISHER(S)

  • Robert Josiah Music

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Song Notes

Yes I See is part of the medley Civil War Trilogy.

One-stop license for Gibson & Camp Revisited available through Wixen Music.

LYRIC

Yes I See

There’s a battle raging somewhere
And it’s thunder shakes the grown
Terrible silence when it’s over
Only death makes such a sound

And I see and I see
On the last day of July
Yes, I see, yes, I see
On the last day of July

Clouds are gathered, storm is coming
There’s a tempest drawing near
When the darkness has passed over
Then the new day will appear

And I see, yes, I see
On the last day of July
Yes, I see, yes, I see
On the last day of July

Something’s moving in the shadows
What is this that’s drawing nigh
It’s the reaper moving silent
Could be someone’s time to die

Can’t you see, can’t you see
On the last day of July
Yes, I see, yes, I see
On the last day of July

Words & music adaptation by Bob Gibson
© Robert Josiah Music