A British Son of Liberty

In the comments to a recent post at BLACKFIVE, a gentleman posted a link to a song by a British singer that references the Sons of Liberty. The only name he mentions in the song is Watt Tyler, though, so he's reaching a lot further back than the famous Sons -- 1381, in fact.

Musically it isn't much of a song, but the lyrics are encouraging.

1 comment:

douglas said...

It's musically simple, but not bad. The lyrics are indeed pretty darn good.
"'Cause a man who'd trade his liberty for a safe and dreamless sleep Doesn't deserve the both of them and neither shall he keep"
Sure, not original, but well phrased.