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Remember the Alamo

Jane Bowers/Donovan: What's Bin Did And What's Bin Hid (1965)

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A hundred and eighty were challenged by Travers to die,
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by a line that he drew with his sword as the battle drew nigh.
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Every man that stepped over the line was for glory, and he that was left better fly,
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and over the line crossed one hundred and seventy nine.
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Hey, up Santa Anna, they're killing your soldiers below,
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So the rest of Texas will know, and remember the Alamo.
 
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Jim Bowie lay dying, his blood and his powder were dry,
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but his knife had been willing to take him a few in reply.
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Young Davey Crockett lay laughing and dying, the blood and the sweat in his eye,
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for Texas and freedom a man was more willing to die.
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Hey, up Santa Anna, they're killing your soldiers below,
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So the rest of Texas will know, and remember the Alamo.
 
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A courier came, to bellow once bloody and loud.
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And found only skin and bones where he once left a crowd.
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Fear not, little darling, of dying, if the world is sovereign and free,
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well, we'll fight to the last as long as liberty be.
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Hey, up Santa Anna, they're killing your soldiers below,
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So the rest of Texas will know, and remember the Alamo.
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And remember the Alamo!


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