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Erik van den Ham on November 23, 2008

Another Man's Cause - The Levellers

Gunshots shatter in the peace of night Just another fire fight For the people of this little town But for the dying soldier Well he's feeling ten years older As he's lying face down on the ground All the words that are in his head And all the words his mother said As she would put him to bed back home

Your daddy well he died in the Falklands Fighting for another man's cause And your brother he was killed in the Last War And your mother well she's lying home alone

Every day she sees your face On the picture on the fireplace With your brother as he was leaving school Then a day came five years ago You said, "Mother, I need to know" And you spoke the words your brother spoke before "I seen the things my Daddy's done And I've seen the medals Daddy's won And I know that this is what he would have wanted for me."

But, your daddy well he died in the Falklands Fighting for another man's cause And your brother he was killed in the Last War And your mother well she's lying home alone

Now she wonders at it all Just in whose name do these brave young heroes fall And how many more are going to answer that call They're going to fight and die in another country's war They're going die for a religion they don't believe in at all They're die in a place they should never've been at all Oh, never've been at all

'Cause, your daddy well he died in the Falklands Fighting for another man's cause And your brother he was killed in the Last War And your mother well she's lying home alone

And your daddy well he died in the Falklands Fighting for another man's cause And your brother he was killed in the Last War And your mother well she's lying home alone

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Photo taken in De Weteringschans, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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