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The Belfast Brigade lyrics and chords. The video is of The Go Lucky Four who also had a hugh hit with ''Up Went Nelson''

[G] Craigavon sent the Specials out, to shoot the people down,
He [C] thought the IRA were dead, in [G] dear old Belfast town,
But he got a rude awakening, with cannon and [Em] grenade,
When he [Am] met the first [D] Batallion, of the [C] Belfast [G] Brigade.
Glory, glory to old Ireland,
Glory, glory to this island,
Glory to the memory of the men who fought and died,
"No surrender" is the war cry of the Belfast Brigade.
The soldiers came from Holywood,
Equipped with English guns,
There were men by the thousand,
Ammunition by the ton,
But when they got to Belfast,
They were seriously delayed,
By the fighting First Batallion
Of the Belfast Brigade.
We have no ammunition,
Or no armoured tanks to show,
But we're ready to defend ourselves,
No matter where we go,
We're out for our Republic,
And to hell with your Free State,
"No surrender" is the War cry
Of the Belfast Brigade.
Come all you gallant Irishmen,
And join the IRA
We'll strike a blow for freedom,
When it comes a certain day,
You know your country's History,
And the sacrifice it made,
Come join the First Batallion
Of the Belfast Brigade.


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