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Democracy in Ireland




 




  
  
  
  
 
 

 


 
Democracy in Ireland       September 8, 201
 
The DUP and the UUP have gave SF a fright
We don't want democracy and we must do what's right
Peter said forget my past there's welfare cuts in sight
Migrants must stay away, keep my country white
I've defended the loyal party with allegiance to the queen
We support the Planters that came here, Loyalism is what I mean
The walls that support our system surely here to stay
Twaddle Avenue is ours, SF must go away
Employment for our people will not be compromised
Planters rights with orange sights the DUP have tried
Civil rights belong to people loyal to the crown
We are loyal Planters and they'll never keep us down
Sf must disappear, let loyal democracy show the way
Every loyal Planter will walk the orange way
The DUP and the UUP have gave SF a fright
We don't want democracy and we must do what's right
 
Gerrard McGeachy


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