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He was fiery in the 50s, would turn around and confront all three.
A bicycle chain around his wrist, stand up to them through necessity.
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Had no qualms in the city, he said, "What they think is not important to me.
I will always confront them, and stand up through necessity."
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And I hear a mutter whisper or a murmur, will turn around with my right hand free and chains around my knuckles.
To danger, I will pay no heed.
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Necessity is my mother, and sure, she is proud of me.
With chains to bind my knuckles, a victim I will not be.
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