Just like the heroes of Cable Street
No pasarán, no pasarán
We fought the fascists to defeat
And we'll do it again tomorrow
Just like they did in the Second World War
No pasarán, no pasarán
We booted the Nazis out the door
And we'll do it again tomorrow

Victory, victory
We came in our hundreds and we won a victory
And we dumped the fascists in the trash of history
And we'll do it again tomorrow

Like the punks and the rastas in the seventies
No pasarán, no pasarán
We fought the racists on the streets
And we'll do it again tomorrow
Just like the people of Dagenham
No pasarán, no pasarán
We ran the fascists out of our town
And we'll do it again tomorrow

Hope not hate, hope not hate
We came in our hundreds in the name of hope not hate
And we defeated the enemy at the gate
And we'll do it again tomorrow

Victory, victory
We came in our hundreds and we won a victory
And we dumped the fascists in the trash of history
And we'll do it again tomorrow
Yes, we dumped the fascists in the trash of history
And we'll do it again tomorrow


Lyrics submitted by dyrnych, edited by PJSARS

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