cops kill youth at the station riot breaks out at the demonstration you get nicked for doing a pig senile rich scumbag in a judges wig says guilty - of fighting back guilty - of a vicious attack guilty - of standing your ground guilty - you're going down b.n.p. scum march on your street a fascist threat that we must meet bricked and bottled they're soon stopped but now you're standing in the dock guilty - of taking no more guilty - of defying their law guilty - see the judge's frown guilty - you're going down cancer research - lies and fraud vivisection lab - booted down the door trashed the place till there's nothing left victory to the a.l.f.! guilty - of daring to care guilty - so you better beware guilty - free animals from hell guilty - your reward is a cell coming out the wine bar - rich scumbag in a bowler you take his money and trash his roller stinking rich parasite flaunts his wealth while you're living on the pavement in hunger and ill health yet it's you who gets locked up - your crime is being poor another prisoner of the class war rotting in a prison - social control for those of us in poverty and on the dole i said, i said who's next? it could be you or me support the prisoners - support the a.b.c. don't forget those on the inside we must give them all the support that we can provide motorway planned through ancient wood s.s.s.i.s could be lost for good in defence of our earth you strike on night blazing vehicles burning bright guilty - of defending the earth guilty - yours by right of birth guilty - now you're doing time guilty - who commits the real crime? yes we're guilty - guilty and proud guilty of standing out from the crowd guilty of caring - or just being poor to resist is our duty when injustice is law guilty - hate your laws and your system guilty - we're gonna resist them guilty - and if some get caught guilty - we're gonna give them support

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    This song acctually sounds a lot like Bash the Fash, but it is really good and catchy all the same.

    englandbelongstomeon June 29, 2004   Link

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