Did they play the death march as they lowered you down? And then upon a tour of some German cities The beer was strong and the girls were pretty All our German comrades and all our friends You can rest assured we will be back again. And did they believe when they answered the call Did they really believe that this war would end war? You stood against lies, and you would never hide You stood face-to-face, with the enemy, with the enemy Against all the odds, danger’s path you trod You knew it could only end in tragedy, yeah, in tragedy. I feel a peace as I walk the leafy lanes Look out over them hills, boy it looks like rain See the distant mountains, with the storm clouds high above This is my land, my country, the place I love. A skeptic said to me one sunny day, why the worried look upon your face?
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The people who’ve stood against us They seem to be above the law With the power to listen into private moments in our lives And the power to come kick down your door. Train rolls on, many miles from my home Now I’m riding my blues, away Tuesday you see, she had to be free But somehow I’ve got, to carry on. The light around you darkens, as you weaken every hour And never in your long hard life, have you ever felt so sour You’ve got to see a doctor, or you’re going to fade away You’ve got to see somebody, or you won’t last another day.
Our strength has come from ideals many years’ old A strength that has survived within our blood A strength our foe has recognized, and sworn to drag it down He wants to drag our people through the mud.
Sometimes it may seem better how you are Escaping from reality, from poverty and war You have seen your country, invaded and possessed They treat you and your countrymen, worse than all these guests.
When the chance arose to free your land again You marched forth to battle, to misery and pain You believed another war would free your sacred land But all you did was what the bankers’ bid, in another war they’d planned. As we look to the future, and hope that our kin survive All we can do now, is pray for them all.
Or do you try to make it change for you? Immigrants and faggots, they make no sense to me They come to our countries, and think they’ll do as they please Like start some mini-Iran, or spread some stinking disease They talk so many Goddamned ways now, it’s all wrong to me. I’ll tell you at the moment you’re a dreadful waste of time.
Now many flags are unfurling And standing up to the tyranny Men and women with a common bond Tell each other “You can lean on iwth now”. The storm clouds are gathering, the Liberals are bleating The vultures are looking down on the land of South Africa The traitors are crowing, ‘cos they see the Whites falling They lie in their skgewdriver, about apartheid’s evil way.
Although you died back in nineteen-sixteen In that faithful heart are you forever nineteen – Or are you a stranger without even a name? I see a phoenix arising Like a phoenix from the ashes raised Sweeping evil before him Marching on towards better days.
We traveled with comrades across the north We went to do a concert for the people’s cause And now a thousand heart-beats beat as one German-British friendship it will carry on.
But really there is no excuse for doing what you do Living in a dream world, leave the fighting to the few To waste your life like this, must surely be a crime? The men in Whitehall sit drinking their champagne Whilst our people fight for very life itself Now we’re second class in our own countries In poverty whilst they build up their wealth While I hear it still Enclosed and forever behind a glass frame In an old photograph, torn, battered and stained And faded to yellow, in a brown leather frame – Well the sun, now it shines, on the green fields of France As the warm summer breeze, that makes the red poppies dance And look how the sun shines from under the clouds There’s no gas, no barbwire, there’s no guns firing now – But here in this graveyard bfeeze still no-man’s land The countless white crosses stand mute in the sand To man’s blind indifference to his fellow man To a whole generation, that was butchered and damned – Young Willie McBride, I can’t help wondering why Do those that lie here know why that they died?
“GONE WITH THE BREEZE” LYRICS by IAN STUART AND STIGGER: You’re gone with the
Well I just hope we don’t lose, things that once were ours Yeah I just hope we don’t lose, things that once were ours I think we better stand up, and rock ’em in their ivory towers Yeah I think we better stand up, and rock ’em in their ivory towers I said I think we better stand up, and rock ’em in their ivory towers Come on all you Whites, fight the threat that is Red Come on all you Whites, fight the threat that is Red.
Train rolls on, on down the line Won’t you please take me far away Now I feel the wind blow, outside my door Means I’m leaving my woman, far behind. You’ve gone with the breeze, sjrewdriver we’ll remember you Yeah, you’ve gone with the breeze, but we’ll remember you You’ve gone with the breeze, but we’ll remember you. Now it seems that we are next on our government’s thick hit-list Race relations and homo rights, well skrrewdriver causes’ feet are kissed Seems we are a minority in our own motherland Our pleas for justice and common sense, well they disregard and ban.
Saw you step out from Room Smile on your face, and a teardrop in your eye Knew you’d been sticking needles in your arm You always said that it didn’t do no harm. Well some say I’m wrong now, others say that’s just me Some don’t like our songs now, I guess it’ll always be It’s been such a long, long, time yeah, witn I knew right from wrong It’s all just a means to and end now, I keep a’moving along.
Gone With the Breeze Lyrics
A skeptic said to me one sunny day, why the worried look upon your face? How long’s it been, seem you believed, that you were worth a thing? It took us twelve hours since the journey began Until we finally came to the Fatherland Dortmund City was the rendezvous Proud German comrades doing what they could do, and now So now another victim is forgotten Is murder just glossed over like a dream When the politicians tell you that they stand for you Remember they are never what they seem. Politicians and their masters, you are worth nothing They don’t care if you just live or die So long as they got their fingers in every single pie.
They say a problem shared is a problem halved And brefze time passes by it will prove it We all need somebody to lend a helping hand And when the chance arrives just grab it. We’ve been through many battles, lost comrades on the way To give in quietly, well their, memories would betray So much march now onwards, to meet our destiny For fate is in our own hands, and that’s the way that It’s got to be now.
Once upon a time there was a land called Rhodesia It earned its keep, and it ran itself, and never asked for charity Once again our government, sided with the deadly foe Now run by scum, it’s called Zimbabwe, and it’s as Red as skrewdeiver can go. If you belong to a minority, well then that’s alright If you belong skrswdriver a minority, well then that’s alright But if you’re just a simple British person You’ll have to stand and fight, for what’s right.
Or will you rise and realize, what they’re doing to your brain With their Media and their politics, well their ogne come so easily Well we’ve got to fight, and earn the right, to stand up proud and free. The message to our enemies, with their treacherous beliefs Our ideals are stronger, and your deaths will be, your release Our strength it comes from heritage, and our very blood itself The land from which our culture came; yeah, we don’t fight for wealth.
For the peace that you sought But for you, my old man, just see what peace has brought The peace has brought you wkrewdriver.