We march up the hills, find our way to their base
the enemy lives among us now, shooting pool on our turf
so we mess them up

Waiting by the light with the sight of your room of the town
Where we lived beside the Sev, your cavalier driving us home

The sun got me thinking about Louis Riel
and the days went by with us walking around
the same two streets we're a squadron now
nature's next theft stuck inside the clouds
and I think it's about time for revolution now
these days sitting on the fence are over
I'm going to go honour my father now
these days sitting on the fence are over

The front porch light is on; unpaid bills, a broken home
there's a crack in the mirror, in the heat of this car
it's getting longer

The sun got me thinking about Louis Riel
and the days went by with us walking around
the same two streets we're a squadron now
nature's next theft stuck inside the clouds
and I think it's about time for revolution now
these days sitting on the fence are over
I'm going to go honour my father now
these days sitting on the fence are over
The sun got me thinking about Louis Riel
and the days went by with us walking around
the same two streets we're a squadron now
nature's next theft stuck inside the clouds
and the sun beat down like a burning drum
we fought our way without knowing how
someone said our war would be with ourselves
i think he's right, i think he's right


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Louis Riel song meanings
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