For every man, there is a cause which he would proudly die for
Defend the right to have a place to which he can belong to
And every man will fight with his bare hands in desperation
And shed his blood, to stem the flood, to barricade invasion

For every man, there is a cause which he would proudly die for
Defend the right to have a place to which he can belong to
And every man will fight with his bare hands in desperation
And shed his blood, to stem the flood, to barricade invasion

For every man, there is a cause which he would proudly die for
Defend the right to have a place to which he can belong to
And every man will fight with his bare hands in desperation
And shed his blood, to stem the flood, to barricade invasion

For every man, there is a cause which he would proudly die for
Defend the right to have a place to which he can belong to
And every man will fight with his bare hands in desperation
And shed his blood, to stem the flood, to barricade invasion

For every man, there is a cause which he would proudly die for
Defend the right to have a place to which he can belong to
And every man will fight with his bare hands in desperation
And shed his blood, to stem the flood, to barricade invasion


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