No more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country
No more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country

And I've walked from coast to coast,
And I've seen, yes I've seen...
No one's business but my own,
Where I've been, where I've been...

And no more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country
No more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country

In the days when we were young,
We were free, we were free...
Now that Georgie's reign's begun,
We won't be, we can't be...

And no more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country
No more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country.

Though I've lived my bygone years,
In this land, in this land...
I'll uproot it without tears,
and I'll change it if I can!

And, no more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country
No more shall I be, loyal to my sorrowful country


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