Born and raised Detroit Michigan,
Wayne Assembly pride.
Michigan Ave.
all the way to Warren
was the way of life.
Dark days of unemployment
cut backs full of labor strikes.
Broken homes from where
I’ve grown, I’ve learned to
make it on my own.

Kinship and honor was in
the coalmines and assembly lines.
Oi! Oi! Times full of tears
and joy thru the years,
true spirit of American pride.
Oi! Oi! Oi!

Here lie the souls of the strong
proud and true, when this country
was about the red white and blue.
Arm and arm, hand and hand,
everybody worked for this land
when the blue collared man
once reigned.


Kinship and honor,
kinship and honor,
kinship and honor and pride.
Kinship and honor, kinship…

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