They are rounding up people,
See the mayor and the milkman,
In the church, they push them all,
Here there’s only room for one.
They’re coming, no time to flee,
Next door, the voice of a man,
Slide under this board, hurry,
For there’s only room for one.
When it is back to quiet,
Aim for the woods if you can,
We’ll meet you there at sunset,
Now there’s only room for one.
No matter the things you hear,
Stay put and follow the plan,
Even dogs won’t find you here,
But there’s only room for one.
They came and destroyed the place,
Took my mom and the old man,
I stopped breathing in my space,
Where there’s only room for one.
And then loneliness was born,
Silence came and so I ran,
With my heart pierced by a thorn,
There was only room for one.