Marshalls Haveing A Dream.
It was two weeks after the day He turned eighteen..
Going to the church that night.
He had her box of letters in the passenger seat.
And when the church doors opened up wide.
He put His veil down Trying To Hide The Tears.
He heard trumpets from the military band (Form The Gang) Play.
Baby why'd you leave me Why'd you have to go? I was counting on forever, now I'll never know I can't even breathe It's like I'm looking from a distance Standing in the background Everybody's saying, She's not coming home now This can't be happening to me This is just a dream.
The preacher man said let Marshall And The Gang bow Their heads and pray
Lord please lift Her soul, and heal this hurt
Then the congregation The Gang all stood up and sang the saddest song that Marshall ever heard Then Chase handed Marshall a folded up flag And he held on to all he had left of her Oh, and what could have been And then the guns rang one last shot And it felt like a bullet in his heart.
Oh, Baby why'd you leave me Why'd you have to go? I was counting on forever, now I'll never know Oh, now I'll never know.
Oh, this is just a dream Just a dream Yeah, Yeah
Marshall Marshall Wake Up Buddy Says Chase.
Marshall: Huh What
Chase: You Were Haveing A Bad Dream.