Thursday, 28 August 2014

Green songs and poetry: Vote yes to freedom

Green songs and poetry: Vote yes, as it's the right thing (a song about Scottish independence, chorus to the tune of 'Follow Me' by Uncle Kracker)

From the UK, home to you and me,
Scotland does soon hope to be free,
From the constraints of Whitehall and Westminster elites,
And the unfair, cruel dogma of austerity.

 I hope they'll

Vote yes to freedom,as it's the right thing,
And ignore the lies of Alistair Darling,
 If in 2014 the Scots break away
It'll bring much hope to all the UK.

If the Scots support independence come 2014,
Cheers will flourish from Dumfries to Aberdeen,
 A yes vote means real control of money and energy,
And more importantly, their future destiny.
 
  I hope they'll

Vote yes to freedom, as it's the right thing, 
And ignore the lies of Alistair Darling,
 If in 2014 the Scots break away,
It'll bring much hope to all the UK.

 Yes to freedom means that Holyrood
 Never again has to bow to Old Etonians' moods.
 That fateful day come 18 September,
It shall be a day that all will remember.

I hope they'll 
 
Vote yes to freedom, as it's the right thing, 
And ignore the lies of Alistair Darling,
 If in 2014 the Scots break away,
It'll bring much hope to all the UK.

A yes vote will not just mean hope for all,
But also crack the overconfidence of Whitehall.
Light will thus not only shine on Scotland,
But also England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

I hope they'll

Vote yes to freedom, as it's the right thing,
And ignore the lies of Alistair Darling,
 If in 2014 the Scots break away,
It'll bring much hope to all the UK.

  If on the other hand, the Scots vote no,
Their long-term future could be plagued with woe,
Mr. Darling's wrong, they're not better together,
They really need to break free from London's tether.

 I hope they'll

Vote yes to freedom, as it's the right thing, 
And ignore the lies of Alistair Darling,
 If in 2014 the Scots break away,
It'll bring much hope to all the UK.



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