That night the townspeople all gathered around, to make sure the queen wouldn't lose her crown.
We stood shoulder to shoulder to keep the devil out.
We held up our lanterns to show them the light, they won't mess with this town, not ever, not tonight.
They say Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall, They say Humpty Dumpty had a great fall.They say all the kings horses and all the kings men went to put Humpty together again.
They gathered again on Commercial street that night.
They raised up a wall, to keep out the fright.
For Hailey, her family, so they could walk without fear, so they wouldn't fall or be hurt, not with us here.
Behind us, You could hear that train conductor crying so loud, we needed no whistle to know he was coming through our crowd. The mighty steel of his rails that night, would be cold and damp, while he came and stood with us, and held up his lamp.
As for the King he was there too, he watched us keep vigil, and made sure no one messed with Springfield, not tonight, not with me and not with you.
Over ten thousand were here, in irony you could say, a year for each person so she would fly sooner with angels, not tomorrow, today.
This is the Queen City, and as all should proclaim, you never mess with a lady, nor make her feel shame.
Not in this town, and definitely not tonight, don't ever mess with a lady, and not expect a fight!