"Montezuma Was a Man of Faith" as written by and Andy Prieboy....
There are white boys by the border,
As gods you let them in.
They bring fire and disorder;
These ain't gods, they're men.

Montezuma.
Montezuma was a man of faith.
Montezuma kept his faith and gave the world away.

Try to bribe them away with silver.
Try to bribe them away with gold.
Your magic turns against you;
They take more than they can hold.

Montezuma.
Montezuma was a man of faith.
Montezuma kept his faith and gave the world away.

Hey, your temples are burning
And your cities are laid to waste.
The old god has come tumbling down
And there's a new god in his place.

Montezuma.
Montezuma was a man of faith.
Montezuma kept his faith and gave the world away.

Your people turn against you
As your cities burn and bleed.
The white boys have made allies
Of your nation's enemies.

Look on your temples, they're burning.
Your religion is laid to waste.
The old god has come tumbling down
And there's a new god in his place.

Montezuma.
Montezuma was a man of faith.
Montezuma kept his faith and gave the world away.


Lyrics submitted by SmashTheElder

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