And Do Our Irish Protestants?
|And do our Irish Protestants|
Forget their former spirit?
And do they not their father's zeal
And loyalty inherit?
Oh, yes! To guard King George's throne
That loyal spirit rises,
And all the haughty threats of Rome
And Popery despises.
2. Our Orange banner, waved on high,
|3. At Orange William's god-like name,|
Let Rome and Popery tremble;
For summon'd by the magic sound,
Do Protestants assemble;
And by that glorious Orange swear,
In steadfast resolution,
With heart and hand still to defend
Our happy constitution.
4. Then brotheres, come, the chorus join