Today we make again our own.
The hope which Christ, our life, has sown.
In fertile fields and streets of stone.
Where justice works amidst the weed.
Of rampant want and choking greed.
To loose the voice of human need.
Where Mercy's fingers, slashed and torn.
Untangle love from twisted thorn.
Of anger, disbelief and scorn.
Where hearts imprisoned toil and weep.
Our founders dreams still trouble sleep.
With harvest we have yet to reap.
In Christ, we tend what God has planned.
With justice, mercy, truth in hand.
Till joy sings out through all the land.
from United Harvest Workers Union
released June 29, 2010
All music written by United Harvest Workers Union
Lyrics found in Catholic Liturgical Magnificat
Vocals- Dylan Rooke
Acoustic Guitar, Banjo, Mandolin- Jake Pellatiro