"The Day the Nazi Died" as written by Matthew David Hanson, Nigel Hunter, Allan Mark Whalley, Louise Watts, Anne Holden, Duncan Bruce, Darren James Hamer and David Mills....
We've been doing this one for years but it's still relevant, unfortunately
Revolution!
Open your eyes time to wake up
Enough is enough is enough is enough

We're taught that after the war the Nazis vanished without a trace
But battalions of fascists still dream of a master race
The history books they tell of their defeat in forty-five
But they all come out of the woodwork on the day the Nazi died

They say the prisoner of Spandau was a symbol of defeat
Whilst Hess remained imprisoned and the fascists they were beat
So the promise of an Aryan world would never materialize
So why did they all come out of the woodwork on the day the Nazi died

The world is riddled with maggots--the maggots are getting fat
They're making a tasty meal of all the bosses and bureaucrats
They're taking over the board rooms and they're fat and full of pride
And they all came out of the woodwork on the day the Nazi died

So if you meet with these historians I'll tell you what to say
Tell them that the Nazis never really went away
They're out there burning houses down and peddling racist lies
And we'll never rest again until every Nazi dies


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"The Day the Nazi Died" as written by Bruce Dunstan Judith Abbott

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