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Discussion in 'Music' started by BURNOUT, Nov 6, 2015.

  1. Antóin Mac Comháin

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    Lets Twist Again - Jive Bunny Master Mixer
     
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    THREE LITTLE BIRDS
     
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    Costello - A Page of History
     
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    Over the past millennium there's plenty to learn but to put it brief Europe carved the whole world up
    notice that your school curriculum is teaching bullshit, mankind was induced with creed that the problems resulted in
    Lay awake for the interests of the 1600s for the great chain that takes blame between the couplets
    can it be these horrific deeds were merely forgiven because the age of imperialism was clearly beginning
    one of the central powers was the island of Brittan held by a monarchy who ruled with a violent tradition, throughout our history there's horrors that the tyrants inflicted but the books were never detailed Ireland description
    1169 invasion of the Anglo-Normans we bore witness to the declaration of there evil seen through the cruelty and degradation of our people suffered all the way through to the age of the Tuders
    a home land enslaved to the claim of the rulers seems like every uprising was destined to fail the, Irish forces were crushed at the battle of Kinsale
    1603 Hugh O'Neil signed the treaty of Mellifont brought an end to the 9 year war that the rebels launched, these events laid down the plan that the devil wants
    now the British had some new mans to settle on are remaining leaders exiled in the flight of the earls a tragic time that brought a new plight to our world under the rule of King James and Charles the first
    life here quickly changed from hard to worse look at what our people lost with the penal laws victims to a greed that was never seen before cruel deeds used to decimate a nation of culture, it was wide spread with the plantation of ulster
    still a strong hold for some of the Gaelic chieftains appalled at how our mother land was raped and beaten
    all the constant skirmishes had hate and treason for the shameful reasons of these racist demons
    Pope in Rome was nothing but a prominent debere, Catholics fell to the mercy of a dominant predator and so began the wars with the Protestant settlers state the origin of the conflicts or the consciousness registers
    1641 the Irish lead a rebellion and Britan around the same time the era was Cromwellian, a man deemed as the executioner of god himself brought an end to the monarchy and started a common wealth
    a dictator who converted to become a puritan a hate for Ireland in his heart and a lust for murdering
    we can hear the pain and the sorrow that the songs tell, persecutions suffered at the hands of Cromwell, hatred that both the weak and strong fell basically it was a genocide in a bomb shell
    sent us on to hell or the road to Connacht or brought to the new world to be sold as products
    cursed with the fate that they bestowed upon us, protestants settled in ulster and stole the province
    Fuck a social comment i'l keep the vocals honest.
    they would hold the knowledge from us Gods broken promise
    was a terrible campaign of ethnic cleansing because so many lives came to a desperate ending, young girls from the ages 10-14 were sent to be as sex slaves in the Caribbean this type of shit settling in my mind just made me want to rap took us from our land and never brought us back
    Britons next door neighbor is no stranger to the haunted acts seen as the dirty peasants of the Catholic Empire, tragedy from the land St Patrick inspired
    half the population massacred by hells fire on the open slave markets africans sell higher
    slaves to the new world just look at how far they crossed for hard days labour in the sun of Barbados
    planters called us red legs lucky to even get fed slavery servant we were working till our death bed
    history of Africa is the one we more relate to we were robbed brought as life stock to the island of Jamaica the Atlantic was controlled by the English, Spanish and Portuguese vessels with live cargo traffic through the ports and seas fill the anguish we proclaim with misery the song i sing for Ireland has a painful symphony for the hearts that stay courageous well embrace in victory and stood in the face of this blatant bigotry blessed with this poetical mind this nations given me well take a page of history and paint it vividly
     
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    This ones a bit cheesy, to put it mildly.
    But I can't help the auld nostalgia pangs :sun_smiley: (Godskitchen 2003)

     
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