A Natural Mystic Blowing Through the Air

The Trumpet was placed on the top spire of the most famous temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of of Latter-day Saints on April 6, 1892, the photo now shows that the trumpet is gone. The 5.7-magnitude earthquake shook Utah Wednesday March 18th and dislodged a symbolic part of Salt Lake City’s iconic Mormon temple: the trumpet of an angel statue atop its highest spire dropped and now a Natural Mystic is blowing it through the air.

This was the day I picked up the Trumpet and started blowing it in the wind, since A in Day is my Great-grandfather Arthur Day, his name is inscribed on the tabernacle under that angel. My duty is to make way for Jesus Christ, this time he’s bringing a sword.

Movement of Jah people has begun!

There’s a natural mystic
Blowing through the air
If you listen carefully now you will hear
This could be the first trumpet
Might as well be the last
Many more will have to suffer
Many more will have to die
Don’t ask me why
Things are not the way they used to be
I won’t tell no lie
One and all got to face reality now

Though I try to find the answer
To all the questions they ask
Though I know it’s impossible
To go living through the past
Don’t tell no lie
There’s a natural mystic
Blowing through the air
Can’t keep them down
If you listen carefully now you will hear
Such a natural mystic
Blowing through the air

This could be the first trumpet
Might as well be the last
Many more will have to suffer
Many more will have to die
Don’t ask me why
There’s a natural mystic
Blowing through the air
I won’t tell no lie
If you listen carefully now, you will hear
There’s a natural mystic
Blowing through the air

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Robert Nesta Marley

Natural Mystic lyrics © Peermusic Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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