"The South Will Rise Again" as written by and Luke Michael Haines....
How does the magic move around you?
How does the magic move around you?
So come down from the castle, say
The old town looks the same
My father's ghost from '53
The south will rise again

How does the magic move around you?
The queen of the south frowns upon you
Went to see the medium
Went to change my name
Came back home a better man
The south will rise again

See I was born and I will die here
And the seasons never change
Scatter my ashes in the water
The gods have smiled, all hail the new queen
The south will rise again

How does the magic move around you?
Church bells ring out Sunday morning
(No one can quite believe the news)
Children's faces betray the second coming
It's Sunday morning

He was a leading light with his fascism of the day
We are angry and we're getting nearer
The gods have smiled, all hail the new queen
The south will rise again
The gods have smiled, all hail the new queen
The south will rise again

How does the magic move around you?




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"The South Will Rise Again" as written by Luke Michael Haines

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