Ballad of Andrew Craig

#1 by ulsterman , Mon Nov 01, 2010 12:39 pm

Young Andrew Craig was a volunteer
He never knew that death was near
He walked out one dark Sunday night
And his body was found in the morning light

And you are a member of the UDA
And very proud of it, he always did say
As a young volunteer, he did a good job
But died at the hands of an IRA mob

This brave lad was young at heart
But if Ulster had called, he'd have done his part
So don't forget you rebel scum
Your day of judgment has yet to come

And who are buried with honour and pride
His UDA comrades were all by his side
This was their way of saying good-bye
But young Andrews name will never die.

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