Rebel Songbook LM
Michael Divine
Last House In Our Street
Last Night I Had A Happy Dream
Legion Of The Rearguard
Let Erin Remember
Let The People Sing
Lid Of My Granny's Bin
Limb Of The Law,The
Little Drummer Boy
London's Derry
Lonely Woods Of Upton
Long Held In Chains
Long Kesh
Long March To Derry,The
Loughall Ambush,The
Lough Sheelin Eviction
Mairéad Farrell
Man From God-Knows-Where,The
Man From Mullingar
Man From The Daily Mail,The
Martin Hurson
Masters Of War
McElwee's Farewell
McVerry's Men
Meet Me At The Pillar
Memory Of The Dead,The
Men Behind The Wire
Men Of Easter Week
Men Of '81
Men Of The West
Merry Ploughboy
Michael Divine
Michael Collins
Michael Dwyer
Minstrel Boy,The
Mountains Of Pomeroy,The
Murray And McDonald
My Father Once Said To Me
My Heart Is In Ireland
My Last Farewell
My Little Armalite
My Old Man
My Youngest Son Came Home Today

Michael Divine

All the workers stood in silence at the thought of a man who had died

We heard the news that morning and downed tools for the site,

We marched in silent anger, we made the class protest,

As the tenth Hunger [Striker in Long Kesh met his death.


Weeks before we'd heard your letter read out at the factory gates

Telling of the H-Block horror Britains cold regime of hate

We knew you were a Freedom Fighter, that you'd not be criminalized

Michael Devine from Derry City for freedom you sacrificed


On the thoughts of your last hours as you slipped into Deaths cold hands

Were you thinking of your loved ones, of friends throughout the land?

Were you dreaming of your childhood, laughing as you played

With those other Bogside children in those far off distant days?


Or did you hear the words of Connolly as he spoke at the GPO?

Did you see the Citizen Army as they marched to face the foe?

Did you see the Starry Plough flying high above the Imperial Hotel?

Did you hear the British guns roaring, blasting Connolly's headquarters to hell?


Or was your vision of the future in the rights of the working class?

Scarlet banners flying as its eerie ranks marched past

When Irish men and women in their thousands will answer the call

Taking power from the oppressor, that estranged the international?


Aye you were a gallant soldier you fought them to the last

Irish workers tell your story from Limerick to Belfast

Thinking of your struggle its hard not to cry

Michael Divine from Derry City in our hearts you'll never die


Michael Divine our Derry Hero in our hearts you'll never die.