Rebel Songbook T-V
Unfinished Revolution
Take It Down From The Mast
Take Me Home To Mayo
Teach Us How To Die
Teddy Bear's Head,The
Ten Brave Men,The
Tenth Hunger Striker,The
Terrorist Or Dreamer?
The Time Has Come
Thirty-Two Counties,The
Three Flowers
Thy Wounded Old Ireland
Tim McGuire
Time To Go
Tiocfaidh Įr Lį
Tom Williams
Tone Is Coming Back Again
Tone's Grave
Town I Loved So Well,The
Tri-Coloured Ribbon
Twenty Men From Dublin Town
Two Brendans,The
Unfinished Revolution
Upton Ambush
Valley Of Knockanure,The
Vinegar Hill

Unfinished Revolution

From the health centre porch she looks to the North
Where Nicaragua“s enemies hide
Polio crippled and maimed before things were changed
Slowly they“re turning the tide
In the twilight she stands, with a rifle in hand
And memory of what used to be
Now she“s part of the unfinished revolution.

Feudal landlords they“ve known seen overthrown
Afghanistan comes into view
Learning to read and to write is part of the fight
But for her it“s something that“s new
Down all the years ashamed of her tears
Imprisoned behind a black veil
Now she“s part of the unfinished revolution.

Soldiers kicked down the door, called her a whore
While he lingered in Castlereagh
Internment tore them apart, brought her to the heart
Of resistence in Belfast today
Her struggle is long, it“s hard to be strong
She“s determined deep down inside
To be part of the unfinished revolution
She holds the key to the unfinished revolution.