What Will We Do With What We've Done

by Carl Thomas Gladstone

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What Will We Do With What We’ve Done
What Will We Do With What We’ve Done

For all the fixtures
Burned in the forests
For all the pictures of
second hand torches

Let me bring the sledges
let’s put shovels in the ground
Let these chains on their new bearers
Pull these idols down
On southward we’ll go
and into the night

What Will We Do With What We’ve Done
What Will We Do With What We’ve Done

For all the silence
Before the explosions
And all the sirens
that drown my devotion

Let me bring the sledges
let’s put shovels in the ground
Let these chains on their new bearers
Pull these idols down
And ever through time
As water will roll

What Will We Do With What We’ve Done
What Will We Do With What We’ve Done

What Will We Do With What We’ve Done
What Will We Do With What We’ve Done

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released September 1, 2017

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Carl Thomas Gladstone Detroit, Michigan

As a music and mischief maker on the prophetic edge Carl writes music as a discipline of justice-seeking and disruptive discipleship. He writes to engage people of faith and of no faith in deep questions and engaging stories that matter for the world.

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