Dropkick Murphys Heroes From Our Past Lyrics
And so the story's told of a hearty group of men it's a tale of their triumphs and their woes.
Sing Loud, Sing Proud! Track Listing
1 For Boston
2 The Legend of Finn MacCumhail
3 Which Side Are You On?
4 The Rocky Road to Dublin
5 Heroes From Our Past
7 The Gauntlet
8 Good Rats
9 The New American Way
10 The Torch
11 The Fortunes of War
12 A Few Good Men
13 Ramble and Roll
14 Caps and Bottles
15 The Wild Rover
16 The Spicy McHaggis Jig
Be it raids and melees ancient or the modern worker's struggle that inspires men to stand up for their rights.
And should we fall down by the wayside in this ever-changing world
we can look back to these heroes of our past.
With their staunch determination and ferocious iron will,
no tyranny would quell them in their task.
It's an age-old situation with an ever-present message:
that time and tide waiteth for no man.
So without fear of confrontation of the consequence of outcome,
it's for freedom and for happiness they toiled.
An in looking to the future,
we can see a better place where we can shake the yoke of tyranny for all.
It's been paved by generations who have gone now to their rest.
It's just remembrance of their dignity we ask.
So come on rally round this brave and valiant cause with tradition, pride, and honor at its core.
With swords drawn to defend stood stood these noble-hearted men Faugh-an-ballagh,
clear the way, me boys!!
Under perilous conditions with small hope of success they left behind the lives that they once led
and by virtue of their fortitude and single-minded strength they cleared the way for the people of today
so when we think back to our ancestors respectfully we hark
and thank the men whose struggle broke the chain it's a long road up ahead of us
let's forge on while we're strong and leave our mark of honor once again
So the story has been told and it comes now to an end.
It's setting any era, any land.
When abusive tyrants force the hands of matters great or small,
it inpires men to stand up for their rights.
Written by: Alexander Martin Barr, Kenneth William Casey, Mathew Edward Kelly
Lyrics © MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING