1. At Easter time 1916|
When flowers bloomed and leaves were green
There dawned a day when freedoms cry
Called on brave men come fight or die.
2. In Dublin town they fought and died
With Pearse McDermott and McBride
Ourselves alone their battle cry
And freedom rang through that Easter sky.
3. A poets dream had sparked that flame|
A raging fire it soon became
And from that fire of destiny
Arose a nation proud and free.
4. Six counties are in bondage still
They died brave men was this their will
Until we're free and oppression ceased
Only then brave men shall sleep in peace.
They were the men with the vision the men with the cause
The men who defied their oppressors laws
The men who traded their chains for guns
Born into slavery they were freedoms sons.
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