Neil Milliner (Australia)
A Mighty Man To that thing in Norway
If might is right then why is your ‘right' so monumentally wrong?
By bomb and bullet or by stones thrown from a leather thong
The ‘just' says he is justified, but he is just plain wrong
Excuses cannot excuse the inexcusable:
WHAT YOU DID WAS WRONG! ! !
The masses will say mass for those who've ‘gone'
But the masses will not be massaged into going along.
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