Lee in the Mountains

Doing the Lord's Work by Saving the White Race

“Dont believe the church and state.”

Kulaks wake up!  Revelation 3:2

 

Mike & The Mechanics – Silent running

Take the children and yourself
And hide out in the cellar
By now the fighting will be close at hand
Don’t believe the church and state
And everything they tell you
Believe in me, I’m with the high command

Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling you?
Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling you?

There’s a gun and ammunition
Just inside the doorway
Use it only in emergency
Better you should pray to god
The father and the spirit
Will guide you and protect from up here

Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling you?
Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling you?

Swear allegiance to the flag
Whatever flag they offer
Never hint at what you really feel
Teach the children quietly
For some day sons and daughters
Will rise up and fight while we stood still

Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling you?
Can you hear me, can you hear me running?
Can you hear me running, can you hear me calling you?

Can you hear me running (can you hear me calling you? )
(can you hear me) hear me calling you?
(can you hear me running) hear me running babe?
(can you hear me running) hear me running?
Calling you, calling you

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2 responses to ““Dont believe the church and state.”

  1. Wheeler MacPherson November 8, 2009 at 11:01 pm

    One of my absolute favorite songs from the Eighties! And the message is one that wasn’t lost on me…thank you for re-posting it.

    And by the way….it’s so good to see you posting, for all the reasons we know about behind the scenes. God bless you mightily, my beloved brother.

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