And Spaniards and Dutchmen, and Frenchmen and such men,As foemen did curse them, the bowmen of England!No other land could nurse themBut their motherland, Old England!And on her broad bosom did they ever thrive!
Spaniards, Dutchmen, Frenchmen, curse, other, land, nurse, themBut, motherland
There are worser ills to faceThan foemen in the fray;And many a man has fought because—He feared to run away.
There, worser, man, fought, feared, run, away
And the stern joy which warriors feel In foemen worthy of their steel.
stern, joy, warriors, feel, worthy, steel
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