Standing room only,
Not even room to kneel and pray,
Standing room only,
On the judgement day.



Last night I had an awful dream,
That the end of time had come,
The trumpets had been sounding,
And life on earth was done.



An angel stood one foot on land,
The other foot on sea,
And, as I tried to kneel and pray,
A voice said unto me.



There's standing room only,
It's to late now to pray,
There's standing room only,
This is the judgement day.



People filled each church,
And church yard,
Just as far as I could see,
I heard a pitiful cry for mercy,
And then I realized, it was me.



I saw the Saviour then appear,
As he split the eastern sky,
I saw tears of joy on a Christians face,
And I heard the sinners cry.



And as I tried to touch his hand,
With one last feeble plea,
I cried again, "have mercy, have mercy,
Lord on me".



I saw a tear come to his eye,
As he turned my soul away,
I didn't know him yesterday,
And he knew me not today.



The earth was burning all around,
The world went up in smoke,
And as the flames engulfed me,
Thank God, I awoke.



Then I got out of bed,
And got down on my knees,
And you should have heard me pray,
For in my dream I witnessed,
Gods great judgement day.



Standing room only on GODS great,
JUDGEMENT DAY

These are the words to one of my favourite songs,
which has been recorded my many artists,
Daniel O'Donnell's version being my favourite.


Photograph used was taken by firefighter John McColgan
during the Montana fires




 



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