The markets are nervous of what will happen when
Brexit, maybe Irexit worries the financial men
Who amble and gamble and even when they have lost
Who who gambles well wins double, always at our cost.
For Britain a future to choose of her own
Capitalism or communism, president or Queen on her Throne
She who said was better together who was joined together by plunder
Seeks to rent what is joined by consensus by her moods asunder.
Now shes out, she wants back in, or parts of her do
But she sails its the all who voted Britexit through
Shes a big fish who thought herself a wizard with a wand
Puffing on dry land laving leaped out of her pond.
So less of our worry about how she will fare
Shes on her own by her choice in the big world there
That Id love Ireland to leave I will not deny
But lets first look to Britains exit and her reasons why:
It was to stop the refugees landing on her shore
Having rent the Levant apart she wants no more
Lands that lived under her imperial yoke in past times imposed
She wants no people whose land she can’t rule it is supposed.
Theres not one regulation, or fail law of the EU that are many
That Britain – or indeed us – could not pass, but who chose not to pass any
Until by Europe in the intrests of fairness was forced such to pass
Will she keep them now that she has left? She will in her ass!
World War Two was her golden age
The Anglo American Empire ruled the political stage
Now America does not need Britian, stands all on its own
Britain has a sense of unimportant heretofore never known.
There will be no new empire, and sure isn’t it grand
To be all on your own in your own little land
The Empire on which the sun never set
Is but a history distant its apex long met.
If Ireland goes to leave Europe let us endeavor
To keep the good laws and to repeal them never,
Just kick out the bad laws, the currency, the cuts
The bendy banana regulations, bog closures without ifs and buts.
Let us end globalization, make farming profitable
To see it dependent on handouts is truly despicable.
Lets make jobs and a future here for our own
Who before this only emigration for progress was known.
The right to housing before corporations profits must prevail
A right to impose that even the EU did fail
We won that right before before independence had begun
From the hardest Empire that never knew the setting of the sun.
Let us bring back for our fishermen our own native waters
Make viable again the nurture of stock and soil
Make a home at home for our sons and our daughters
Kick the corporations: take back all our oil.
By her decision let Britain stand
Though the reasons she made it were wrong
Every cloud has a silver lining as will be shown in time
For Britain is old, and Britain is still strong.