Songbook: Folk Songs

Song by Johnny Cash

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Remember The Alamo


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K:C W:1 W:A hundred and eighty were challenged by Travis to die W:By the line that he drew with his sword when the battle was nigh W:Any man that would fight to the death crossed over W:But him that would live, better fly W:And over the line went a hundred and seventy nine W: W:ch W:Hey Santa Anna, we're killing your soldiers below! W:That men, wherever they go will remember the Alamo W: W:2 W:Bowie lay dying, but his powder was ready and dry W:Flat on his back, Bowie killed him a few in reply W:And young David Crockett was singing and laughing W:With gallantry fears in his eyes W:For God and for freedom, a man more than willing to die W: W:3 W:And then they sent a young scout from the battlements, bloody and loud W:With the words of farewell from a garrison valiant and proud W:"Grieve not little darling, my dying, if Texas is sovereign and free W:We'll never surrender and ever with liberty be" % % % % % % %]

						
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Songbook: Folk Songs

Song by Johnny Cash

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