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I ain't here because I lost me way,
I'm here to celebrate St George's day.
With ale drawn from the Plymouth Arms,
tasty bread and cheese from local farms.
So sit 'ee down . Harken. Listen to me tell,
of weary hero, sharp swords'n a DRAGON spell.
And as ye see the RED and WHITE flag up high,
“for love, for freedom” then out loud ye cry.
Hurrah! For ENGLAND! St George! St George!
Hurrah ! We cry: “set us free! Set us Free.”
The End

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