The Song of Ozacua

This is the Song of Ozacua, according to
the "Bloody" Giantology tradition.

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GET TOGETHER
Love is but a song we sing
And fear's the way we die.
You can make the mountains ring
Or make the angels cry.
Though the bird is on the wing
And you may not know why:

C'mon people now
Smile on your brother*
Ev'rybody get together
Try to love one another right now

Some may come and some may go,
We will surely pass.
If you hear the song I sing,
You will understand.
(Listen!)
You hold the key to love and fear
All in your trembling hands.
Just one key unlocks them both,
It's there at your command.

C'mon people now
Smile on your brother
Ev'rybody get together
Try to love one another right now

*The curious use of the gender laden word "brother" to
refer to all giants has puzzled giantologists. Those of the
Arthurian and Masonian traditions see this as evidence that
the Bloody tradition has latched onto a false musical remnant.


[According to the legend, words and music are by Chet Powers, as performed by The Youngbloods.]

The Song of Ozacua, according to the Arthurian tradition.

The Song of Ozacua, according to the Masonian tradition.

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