Prisoner of Peace

Prisoner of Peace

He stuck up for his country, but he didn’t like the cost. The European brother war, and lives were being lost. He saw the grieving mothers whose sons could not be found. He wanted peace to stop the endless coffins on the ground. He got up on one morning and he went out to his plane. He said good-bye to his wife, but doubts were in his brain. To sue for peace was his idea in 1941, but the bankers’ grip was oh so tight, and the chance for peace was gone.

Free Rudolf Hess. How long can they keep him there? We can only guess. I said, free Rudolf Hess. How long can they keep him there? We can only guess.

He never realized that day that chivalry had died. Britain was in alien hands but at least a man had tried. Forty years is a long long time in a prison cell to be and I feel ashamed at the sentence passed on a man who wanted peace.

Free Rudolf Hess. How long can they keep him there? We can only guess. I said free Rudolf Hess. How long can they keep him there? We can only guess.

And now the situation has changed in many ways. The Allies want to let him go, they’ve decided he has paid. The Red scum in the Kremlin with their kosher values try to keep a proud man locked away until the day he dies.

Free Rudolf Hess. How long can they keep him there? We can only guess. I said free Rudolf Hess. How long can they keep him there? We can only guess.

He’s a prisoner of peace. Kept there at the will of the Marxists in the east. He’s a prisoner of peace. Kept there at the wishes of the Marxists in the east.