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"The Alamo" (by Joe DiMino)

We stand perhaps alone
In modern times,
Once pressed from the South
And now the North
Our own,
Determined to suffocate
God's freedom
Founded on man's Divine-Right

We Stand perhaps alone
Against tyranny
Of the many--
We Texans
Of the State Of Plenty;
Yet with spirit
Of wide open spaces
To ride
But never hide
Will stand, as always,
On the side of right;
Stand tall, as in the past, in His
Self-governing Light--
The might of His State-right
Will guide us--
Therefore, now I exclaim:
Not nearly alone--God and We
A Nation-majority!

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