[Chorus]
Take your lesson from the Indians with national pride they fought, they pray there in the earth
Integration, social changing, people casting votes and stop us from getting on the left

The darkness there was from rain, they had once shade and honoured in one place
From this pain expose their brother's chain, but be united until today

Take your lesson from the Indians with national pride they fought, they pray there in the earth
Integration, social changing, people casting votes and stop us from getting on the left

Of course our distant parts
From one tribe, one species and one caste
Some fascists fight to feed their cup of tea
The superstitions whatever they may be

Don't you blame the Indian, they fought and they died
Share your life with the better man, clinch your national pride
Don't be played by the government, they fought and they died
Share your life with the better man, clinch your national pride
They fought and they died
Share your life with the better man, clinch your national pride
Share your life with the better man, use your national pride!

The pioneers, they took a land that wasn't really theirs
No place for neighbours, cast them to one side
Made no attempt to re-arrange their lives

[Chorus]

Don't you blame the Indian, they fought and they died


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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