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The fall of Duke William: Ballad for the Acadians
The French sail To the Riviera From the metis To Canada They became Acadians And settled in Port Royale Their lives were famine and conquest But that didn’t hurt morale The British were closing in To evict the Acadians from the land But they stood strong, and refused to yield The British took control, and so began the great upheaval Heed the wind that rocks the sea That carries the Acadians No one be free It’s a cold moon an old man looks upon The only home he ever knew And now his world is gone His wife had died in labor He had to start again He found another wife Had two children while his first bred was a man They travel on the Duke William The sickness takes many down He feels the sickness coming in Before his life be drowned The ship moored off Canso After the violet sank Duke William would follow in Tow His old life returns to the age His son lives on To move to Cajun’s wood For the Acadian spirit carries on To the future of his brood
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