Zor And Zam is a song interpreted by The Monkees, released on the album The Birds, The Bees & The Monkees in 1968.

Zor And Zam lyrics

The King of Zor, he called for war
And the King of Zam, he answered
The fashioned their weapons
One upon one, ton upon ton
They called for war at the rise of the sun

Out went the call, to one and to all
That echoed and rolled like the thunder
Trumpets and drums
More upon more, war upon war
Rolling the call of come out to war

Throughout the night, they fashioned their might
With right on the side of the mighty
They puzzled their minds
Plan upon plan, man upon man
In the dying of dawn the great war began

The met on the battlefield, banner in hand
They looked out across the vacant land
And the counted the missing
One upon one, none upon none
The war, it was over before it began

Two little kings playing a game
They gave a war and nobody came
And nobody came and nobody came
And nobody came, nobody came

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