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Scottish Poems from No' Rabbie Burns by Stuart McLean: A Hundred of Us Remain Alive Chorus: Honest men, let us fight for freedom, Let us rise and be a nation once more, Honest men, let us fight for freedom, But maybe no’ ‘til East Enders is o’er. Our history is slowly melting, Washed away by the anaesthetic drips, Of soap operas, computer games, Instant coffee, burgers and chips. The Highland Clearances no longer fires our rage, The Declaration of Arbroath no longer fuels our pride, Now we only don the kilt for weddings, To smile at the camera and kiss the bride. For centuries we fought for our wee bit hill and glen, Rejoiced every victory and mourned each cruel defeat, Now our only rebellious act is switching channel, While the wife is watching Coronation Street. At Bannockburn we stood strong and showed our might, We died at Culloden but not without a bloody fight, Now our patriotism is confined to the football stadium, Accepting defeat as if it were our right. O, Robert the Bruce where are you now? Prince Charlie will your wife not let you come? Or are there not a hundred of us remain alive, Would even give up the telly to fight for our freedom? Copyright Stuart McLean
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