Intro 1: The Kind of Tattoo I Don’t Mind

This is what was true,
In that moment when I knew:
I knew I would go;

Hear the call and know
That my duty would lie here
If the call were near.

Mine or for my own,
If I had to act alone,
Whether I was sick,

If my death were quick,
I would not accept a cage.
Never mind my age.

I could not forgive,
For I know I can not live
With my life in doubt.

Enemies without,
Kill them; even if our kin,
Enemies within.

Free this land shall be
From the sea to shining sea.
We shall carry on.

Freedom, never free,
It is your, and my, decree
‘Til we’re dead and gone.

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