they can take our bones
and bury them deep under the river
but we'll still be together
and we cannot be defeated

they can take our trombones
and pack them down there with us
but no matter how longs it takes us
we will not be defeated

when we dance, we dance together
under the moon and under the weather
we will lock our eyes forever in the night

well, they can take our bones
and bury them deep under the river
but we'll still be together
and we cannot be defeated

they can take our fists
and chop them off at the wrist
and we will shake our rumps with bloody stumps
and we cannot be defeated

when we dance, we dance together
under the moon and under the weather
we will shake our rumps forever and a night


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    General Commentsince i couldn't find rpc's lyrics anywhere, i decided i should try and upload them myself. too bad i couldn't get everything by ear. this is what i could understand. if anyone has anything to add, please leave a comment.
    gaporamaon January 04, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"and we will shake our arms with bloody stumps"

    Stumps. Stumps. If you had your hands cut off you would have bloody stumps.
    furious_george13on January 20, 2007   Link
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    General Commentwell, makes much more sense now. think i'm getting a little deaf. ;)
    gaporamaon January 21, 2007   Link
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    General Commentit sounds to me like he says "shake our rumps." i could be wrong, but it doesn't sound like he says "arms" at all.
    plumsmuggleron March 01, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIt's definately rumps. I saw them in toronto during Canadian Music week and there was much rump shaking druing that part of the song heh
    mymindkillson March 25, 2007   Link

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