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Joe Hill

"The Rebel Girl" (karaoke)

"The Rebel Girl" (sheet music)

There are women of many descriptions

In this cruel world, as everyone knows.
Some are living in beautiful mansions

And are wearing the finest of clothes.
There's the blue-blooded queen or the princess,

Who have charms made of diamonds and pearls.
But the only and thoroughbred lady is the rebel girl.

She's a rebel girl, a rebel girl.
She's working class: the strength of this world.
From Maine to Georgia, you'll see her fighting for you and for me.
Yes, she's there by your side with her courage and pride.
She's unequaled anywhere.
And I'm proud to fight for freedom with the rebel girl.

Though her hands may be hardened from labor

And her dress may not be very fine,
There's a heart in her bosom that's beating

Always true to her class and her kind.
And the bosses know that they can't change her.

She'd die to defend the workers' world.
Yes, the only and thoroughbred lady is the rebel girl.

She's a rebel girl, a rebel girl.
She's working class: the strength of this world.
From Maine to Georgia, you'll see her fighting for you and for me.
Yes, she's there by your side with her courage and pride.
She's unequaled anywhere.
And I'm proud to fight for freedom with the rebel girl.

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