Butchered To Make A Dutchman’s Holiday

Posted by Label56 in Blog | Music | Promos | New Releases

Via Paddy Tarleton: This is my newest song, the lyrics of which are the poem, “Butchered to Make a Dutchman’s Holiday” written by the Anglo-Australian bush poet and soldier, Harry “Breaker” Morant. I am very proud of this song as it immortalises our people in song, something I would very much like to see more of, and this will be featured on my new album that I hope to release next month.

Let this poem-turned-ballad serve not only as a romantic tribute to our people’s historical figures, but also a reminder of what fratricidal wars do to the hearts and minds of both sides engaged in these tragic conflicts. I also want to dedicate this to our comrades in Australia and New Zealand, two nations swiftly fading into globalist decay, and whose folk music/figures must be preserved, especially within the Anglosphere, and in the hearts of her people. Enjoy!!


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