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Stand Together

from Cabaret 79 [1982] by Tom Robinson

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Written by Noel Greig

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Stand Together
All you gay women
All you gay men
Come together, stand together
And each others' rights defend

There are ghettoes in our cities
Some are black and some are white
Some you see and some are hidden
In the shadows of the night
To be gay is to be fighting
All the prejudice and lies
That condemn us to be running
Scared and lonely all our lives

All you gay women
All you gay men
Come together, stand together
And each others' rights defend

There are people in the cities
And the towns throughout the land
Who are saying to themselves
This is the time to make a stand
Workers, women, gays and black and white
Now opening our eyes
To the need to take control
Of both our bodies and our lives.

All you gay women
All you gay men
Come together, stand together
And each others' rights defend

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from Cabaret 79 [1982], released June 1, 1982
Written by Noel Greig (Copyright Control)

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Tom Robinson London, UK

Tom Robinson (b.1950) is a UK songwriter & broadcaster first known in the 70s as an anti-racist and LGBT campaigner. He released 19 albums between 1975-2001 with various bands and has co-written songs with Elton John, Peter Gabriel, Dan Hartman and Manu Katché. He's an award-winning presenter at BBC Radio 6 Music, and released Only The Now (his first album in 19 years) in October 2015. ... more

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