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(Joe Glazer)

Because all men are brothers, where ever men may be,
One union shall unite us, forever proud and free.
No tyrant shall defeat us, no nation strike us down
All men who toil shall greet us, the whole wide world around.

My brothers are all others, forever hand in hand
Where chimes the bell of freedom, there is my native land.
My brothers tears are my tears, yellow, white or brown.
My brothers tears are my tears, the whole wide world around.

Let every voice be thunder, let every heart be strong
Until all tyrants parish our work shall not be done.
Let not our memories fail us, the lost year shall be found.
Let slavery's chains be broken, the whole wide world around.

Learned off a PPM record during Hawthorne years. (1966-69)
Warren knew Joe Glazer thru the AFL-CIO. Joe Glazer (a legend in
his own mind) is also a member of FSGW.

Copyright Joe Glazer, assigned to Songs Music, Inc.
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