Ian Stewart I sure miss you mate, delved by the gods and taken by the hands of fait, you were a friend a comrade an inspiration to us all, I know for sure a million men would have heeded to your call, to live by your example and take that long hard road, un-matched in dedication and a heart that knew no cold, last time that we shuck our hands I saw the fire in your eyes, you'd never known right there and then that it would be our last good byes, with heart and mouth and tears and eyes your obituary I’ll right, to remember IAN STEWART and carry on the fight,

Chorus: So Farwell to a comrade and Farwell to a friend,
You did your best you shot above the rest you were a white man till the end, Farwell Ian Stewart i am we led so high you will live forever because hero’s, hero never die,

Form 82 you looked to you lead the movement and build the seen your white power songs could never be wrong you were the best band I’d ever seen, through all the years the laughs and the beers and the friends you made on the way, the times in the cell when they gave you hell from the cause never did you stray, against the police and the reds and the traders that fled you stood up and took on the world, form the fences and digs to the rally’s and the gigs so proudly did you the flag you unfold, we will carry on with the hope in your songs, to turn back now would be such a sin, we are ready to toil for the blood in the soil, Ian Stewart we will win,

Chorus: So Farwell to a comrade and Farwell to a friend,
You did your best you shot above the rest you were a white man till the end, Farwell Ian Stewart you will live forever because hero’s, hero’s never die,


Rest in Peace brother!


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