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Chumbawamba

"The Day the Nazi Died" (karaoke)

"The Day the Nazi Died" (sheet music)


They taught that after the war

The Nazis vanished without a trace,

But battalions of fascists

Still dream of a master race.

The history books, they tell

Of their defeat in Forty-Five,

But they all came out of the woodwork

On the day the Nazi died.

 

They said the pris'ner of Spandau

Was a symbol of defeat;

Whilst Hesse remained in prison,

Then the fascists, they were beat.

So, the promise of an Aryan world

Would never materialize.

So, why did they all come out of the woodwork

On the day the Nazi died?

 

The world is riddled with maggots.

The maggots are getting fat.

They're making a tasty meal

Of all the bosses and bureaucrats.

They're taking over the boardrooms,

And they're fat and full of pride.

And they all came out of the woodwork

On the day the Nazi died.

 

So, if you meet with these historians,

I'll tell you what to say:

Tell them that the Nazis

Never really went away.

They're out there burning houses down

And peddling racist lies.

And we'll never rest again

Until every Nazi dies.


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