"Mutiny" as written by and Manfred/bornemann Wieczorke....
Your father told me I can stay,
But he mistrusts my unfamiliar ways:
He want's to use the things I've learnt
Six hundred years of knowledge sorely earned.
But if we can stay together,
I don't mind the things he tells me:
Of defending him in mutiny,
I don't care if you're there, I don't care
One the farms they've made a stand,
Against the hated iron hands, they're uniting
They're backed by everyone in town,
And I must ride to beat them down, how they're fighting:
But I understand their cause
To fight against the laws, they're right:
I promised to defend
Your father to the end and fight
The hatred's there in their eyes,
They'll break his might it's no surprise if they do it:
But I must take the other side
And somehow learn to stand and fight, and come through it:
Though there's little chance
That I beat bow and lance, I must:
Our love drives me on
For you're the only one I can trust.



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"Mutiny" as written by Gordon Bennit Frank Bornemann

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