Fight Song

by Eddie Japan

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Dedicated to the Wisconsin protesters of 2011.

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Fight Song

Johnny come down
and stand your ground
if you don't like what you see
There's opulence, excess
the rich and the tasteless
they'll have to go through you and me
Because the CEO's salary
is higher than all of
Estonia's GDP
From the safest of houses
they register rancor
for the slobs out in the street
For the slobs in the street

No, you can't stop us now
we're never going back again
No you can't stop us now
because we're
never going back, no we're never going back
to every man
for himself
Every man for himself….

Johnny come down
and stand your ground
if you don't like what you see
They demonize labor
they spit on the worker
rewriting history
Well it's divide and conquer
it's brother v brother
born of heads filled with concrete
From the safest of houses
they register rancor
for the slobs out in the street
For the slobs in the street

No, you can't stop us now
we're never going back again
No you can't stop us now
because we're
never going back, no we're never going back
to every man
for himself
every man for himself
every man for himself
every man for himself
every man for himself...

No, you can't stop us now
we're never going back again
No you can't stop us now
because we're
never going back again
No, you can't stop us now
we're never going back again
No you can't stop us now
because we're
never going back again...

credits

released September 1, 2014
Word and music by David Santos
Arranged and produced by Eddie Japan
Recorded and mixed by Scott Riebling
Mastered by Jay Frigoletto
Art by Blake Ink United/Tyler Litwin

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Boston’s Eddie Japan combines ‘60s baroque pop influences with the less restrained tendencies of ‘80s alternative guitar bands to create a soaring, dramatic sound that stands apart from the beats and banjos of today’s indie scene.

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