Bob A. Feldman Fight The Corporate State

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A protest folk song from the early 1980s about the way the U.S. corporate state exploits working-class people, violates human rights, threatens world peace at home and abroad, and blocks the democratization of U.S. society and working-class liberation. (lyrics) (chorus) Fight, fight, fight Fight the corporate state Fight, fight, fight Before it is too late. (verses) They only hold power if we're on our knees They exploit our labor and own our machines Their world is our prison, their guards hold our chains They shot down Fred Hampton on one wintry day. (chorus) They lie to confuse us, they speak with forked tongues They play in their mansions, yet dare talk of love Their world is our cage, their banks hold our pain They shot down George Jackson on one summer day. (chorus) They murder by thousands our comrades afar They starve by the millions the colonized poor Their world is our hell, but we shall arise And bring down the corporate beasts in their prime. (chorus) The new world that's coming, they try to destroy Their nuclear missiles are fully deployed Arise and march forward, workers of the world We got the numbers and just need the will. (chorus)

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