"And Here I Stand" as written by and Richard Lewis Deborah Ann Dyer....
And here I stand, redskin fist of power
Clawing at the stains of racism
It turns to black, 'cause you're so very credible
But you keep losing track

Cause you don't, my color in your melting pot of love
Where everybody is brown
So here I stand, knee deep in your soiled heritage
That's so charmingly underground

So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d

So here we stand, I'm looking at my sad, sad eyes
They slowly turn at rage
Oh what a shame, I can't contain my basic nigga-rage
And lust for violence

So here we are, the cry goes out for war
London's east end burning to the ground
So here we stand, blackened fist of power
Same old scarred-up-faces we condemn

So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d

So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d
So here I stand, stand s-t-a-n-d

My nigga-rage, nigga-rage
Nigga-rage, nigga-rage
Nigga-rage, rage
Nigga-rage, rage
Rage, rage, rage


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"And Here I Stand" as written by Martin Kent Deborah Ann Dyer

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