[Verse 1: Benjamin Clementine] Here is our tree That primitively grows And when you go to bed Scarecrows from the far east Come to eat Its tender fruits And I thought the best way to perfect our tree Is by building walls Walls like unicorns In full glory And galore And even stronger Than the walls of Jericho But glad then my friend Out in the field we shall reap a better day What we have always dreamt of having Are now for the starving It is love, that is the root of all evil But not our tree And thank you my friend For trusting me
[Bridge: 2-D] How will we know? When the morning comes We are still human How will we know? How will we dream? How will we love? How will we know?
[Spoken Verse: Benjamin Clementine] Don't worry, my friend If this be the end, then so shall it be Until we say so, nothing will move Ah, don't worry It's not against our morals It's legal tender Touch, my friend While the whole world And whole beasts of nations desire Power
[Bridge 2: 2-D] When the morning comes We are still human How will we know? How will we dream? How will we love? How will we know?