Crosby Stills Nash & Young: Daylight Again Meaning
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Daylight Again Lyrics
Following me to bed
I think about a hundred years ago
How my Fathers bled
I think I see a valley
Covered with beaus (boys) in blue
All the brave soldiers that cannot get older
They're asking after you
Hear the past a'...
This song looks back at the Civil War (100 years ago) to examine the futility of war in general.
It mentions boys in blue and all the gray soldiers which illustrates Union (Blue) against the South (Gray), and how their deaths were regretful.
Wars are allegedly fought for freedom, yet the cost of that freedom is death, buried in the ground.
The song illustrates that we still have not learned our lesson about the futility of war when measured against human lives and the inability of groups of people to solve problems without war:
"When everyone's talking and no one is listening how can we decide?"
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