Civil War – Custer’s Last Stand Lyrics

Custer’s Last Stand Lyrics – Civil War

The law of the Sioux, the rules of the earth ‘gainst desire
White man was warned, a message written in blood
Nature’s call, they were destined to fall
Northern Cheyenne gathered a native alliance
Thousands of men determined to ride until death
Crazy Horse was changing the score

The troops seeked shelter behind the rocks, the rocks
Now Custer was left on his own driving his men into Hell

He realized this was his final day, the final day of his life
No other way, no other way than to die
A foolish game, a game he could not survive
This was Custer’s last stand at the battle of Little Big Horn

June 25th, a day to remember forever
The Indian wars at 1876
A nation burned, but what have we learned?

And we are living the same old lie, but why?
The present and future and past
Tells us that nothing has changed

He realized this was his final day, the final day of his life
No other way, no other way than to die
A foolish game, a game he could not survive
This was Custer’s last stand at the battle of Little Big Horn
Little Big Horn

He realized this was his final day, the final day of his life
No other way, no other way than to die
A foolish game, a game he could not survive
This was Custer’s last stand at the battle of Little Big Horn