Pomp and Circumstance March No. 4
Sir Edward Elgar Lyrics


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@vapaus831

Lyrics:
Verse 1:
Fight for freedom, ev'ryone.
Build the ship and man the gun.
Do as you have never done
To set the peoples free.
We, the few, the happy free,
Will fly the flags of Liberty,
Blow the horns of Liberty! Liberty!
Till the world is free.

Chorus 1:
All men must be free.
March for Liberty with me.
Brutes and braggarts may
Have their little day,
We shall never bow the knee.
God is drawing his sword.
We are marching with the Lord.
Sing, then, brother, sing,
Giving ev'rything,
All you are and hope to be,
To set the peoples free.

Verse 2:
Wake and watch and work and win,
Fight and farm and sew and spin,
Fall the faithful people in
To set the peoples free.
But the day the battle's won, Never say the fight is done.
Make the world a better one! Better one!
When the world is free.

Chorus 2:
All men must be free.
March for Liberty with me.
Brutes and braggarts may
Have their little day,
We shall never bow the knee.
God is drawing his sword.
We are marching with the Lord.
Sing, then, brother, sing,
Giving ev'rything,
All you are and hope to be,
To take the torch across the sea
And set the peoples,
Keep the peoples free



@johnnyrebski

amazing composition, with lyrics too

All men must be free

March to liberty with me

Brutes and braggerts may have their little day

We shall never bow the knee

God is drawing his sword

We are marching with the Lord

Sing then brothers sing, giving everything

All you are and hope to be

To set the people free



All comments from YouTube:

@paulputnam8211

It seems there are a few people who prefer this to the better known No.1 march. I am one of them !

@jeremyburrows8915

As am I!

@jasonhurd4379

Third fan of P&C 4 here!

@domenicf1317

Also prefer No. 4!

@fezmancomments

I place them on an equal footing.

@robertstorey7476

me too. it really is superb.

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@songsmith31a

Noble, yet with that indefinable melancholy that can find its way into truly memorable English music. Elgar was
a master of that sort of music making.

@carlferreira909

True Outspeak

@jimstokes6742

Best melody of the bunch of P&M.

@fatsam2564

Been trying to find this song for years now finally found it 🎉 playing at The Kings coronation

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