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A Few Good Men

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A Few Good Men Lyrics And Guitar Chords By The Dropkick Murphy's 4/4, chords by Marc. Here's one of those songs that's left to interpret the meaning yourself as the songwriter doesn't make it clear what the objective is. It's a song of struggle alright but against what or who ?

It's (D)time we stood up for ourselves so (G)get up off your (D)knees.
We'll shake off our detractors and a(A)ttain our hopes and (D)dreams
And if we fall prey to in-fighting, we're (G)never gonna (D)win,
So put aside your differences, sing (A)loud, sing (D)proud

We won't (D)listen to their stories or be (G)waylaid by their (D)lies
It's a dream that's still attainable for (A)kids like you and (D)I
So if we all stand together singing (G)one defiant (D)song
Our voice will reach the heavens, so (A)sing with all your (D)heart

(D)Join us in a song
(G)We shall rise and (D)sing
Stand up and be counted
Sing a (A)song for liberty
(D)Join us in this song
To(G)gether we shall (D)sing
Rise up and be counted
Sing it (A)loud, sing it (D)proud

We've been (D)brutalized and crucified, the (G)brunt of their a(D)ttacks,
Is corruption not their trademark and com(A)passion what they (D)lack?
If we can realize our common goals, the (G)end of which is (D)plain
United and now stronger, their (A)loss is now our (D)gain!
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