[C]Armored cars and[Am] tanks and guns[G],came to take[C] away
But[C] every man must[F] stand behind,the[C] men be[G]hind the[C] wire
In[C] the little[F] streets of Belfast,[C]in the dark of[G] early morn,
[C]British solders[F] came a running,[C]wrecking little [G]homes with[C] scorn,
Here[C] the sobs of[F] crying children,[C]dragging fathers[G] from their beds,
[C]Watch the scene as[F] helpless mothers,[C]watch the blood[G] fall from their[C] heads,
Not for them a judge or jury,nor for them a crime at all,
Being Irish means they'r guilty,so were guilty one and all,
Around the world the truth will echo,Cromwell's men are here again,
England's name again is sullied,in the eyes of honest men.
Proudly march behind our banner,proudly march behind our men,
We will have them free to help us,build a nation once again,
All the people step togeather,proudly firmly on our way,
Never fear or never falter till the boys come home to stay.
[Chorus after each verse]