I Know That This Song from “Les Miserables” is about Life Lost During a Bloody Revolution – But just for a Few Minutes Let the Words Speak About Life Lost from Covid-19 And from its Deadly Vaccine

We will probably never know how many people died from the ‘GOFR’ (Gain of Function Research) Virus Covid-19 and its nefarious counterpart – the dreaded Vaccine. But God certainly knows.

This is dedicated to all who lost loved ones from Covid, and also to those who were maimed by the experimental vaccine.

The Words to “Empty chairs at empty tables”

There’s a grief that can’t be spoken

There’s a pain goes on and on

Empty chairs at empty tables

Now my friends are dead and gone

Here they talked of revolution

Here it was they lit the flame

Here they sang about tomorrow

And tomorrow never came

From the table in the corner

They could see a world reborn

And they rose with voices ringing

And I can hear them now!

The very words that they had sung

Became their last communion

On this lonely barricade

At dawn

Oh my friends, my friends forgive me

That I live and you are gone

There’s a grief that can’t be spoken

There’s a pain goes on and on

Phantom faces at the window

Phantom shadows on the floor

Empty chairs at empty tables

Where my friends will meet no more

Oh my friends, my friends

Don’t ask me what your sacrifice was for

Empty chairs at empty tables

Where my friends will sing no more

The sister in Christ who sent the video to me, said that she was also reminded of the Millions of unborn babies who were aborted.

HOW CAN I BE SAVED?

MARANATHA!

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