"Do or Die" as written by Ken Casey, Rick Barton and Matthew Edward Kelly....
The once steel tough fabric of a Union man
Was sold and Bartered away
Fed to money wolves in the Reagen years,
Caught in a drift in greedy nintetie's days
So inside this song is our rally cry.

Your dreams are in danger, and "We Must Rise"
Our time has come we are under the gun "It's Do or Die".

It's not a rebel cry of some socialist
Scheme to push for human rights
Just the facts an obvious mentioned on the
Behalf of the working man,
for his family and his livelihood.

Your dreams are in danger, and "We Must Rise"
Our time has come we are under the gun "It's Do or Die".

The once steel tough fabric of the union man was sold and bartered away
Fed to money wolves in the Reagen years,
Caught adrift in greedy nineties days.

Your dreams are in danger, and "We Must Rise"
Our time has come we are under the gun "It's Do or Die".


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"Do or Die" as written by Matthew Edward Kelly Ken Casey

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    General Comment dropkicks are fucking awsome the irish punk rock music is bad
    badreligionpigeonon July 20, 2002   Link
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    General Commentyou dont make sense besides when you said " dropkicks are fucking awsome "
    Eastcideon August 02, 2002   Link
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    General CommentLOL
    Fayyton February 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentLOL
    Fayyton February 17, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is one of the best songs out there about the class struggle. It pretty obvious what they are saying, and they are so right. The only way workers will cease to be exploited is through uniting together in unions for collective strength in action. To quote another great Dropkick song "Together we are, what we can't be alone"
    philtheanarchiston October 19, 2006   Link

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