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"Ra-doon-ha-gay-doon"--a folk song for the Legendary Assassin of the American Revolution

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Published on Apr 5, 2012

A colonial folk song about the legendary Ratohnhaké:ton (Connor Kenway), an assassin who fought in the American Revolution.

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Written and recorded by Kavalier Calm at: crowdsourceinspiration.tumblr.com
Downloads available at: http://kavaliercalm.bandcamp.com/trac... Lyrics:

Though he left The Valley of his birth,
he wears his people's name at his hips.
Like a bird among the trees he watches;
a Mohawk with Eagle Vision.

Ra-doon-ha-gay-doon, the Redcoats are doomed.

His moral compass guides him through the snow
like a wolf's nose guides him to blood.
The Templar's fingerprints are on this war,
and he will freerun them down for our freedoms.

Ra-doon-ha-gay-doon, the Redcoats are doomed.

The Founding Fathers know they're outnumbered;
he is their ally in the shadows.
A new nation's fate lies in the balance,
and he fights to tip the scales.

Ra-doon-ha-gay-doon, the Redcoats are doomed.

Stealthy as a whisper he moves,
with his tomahawk in hand.
He'll scratch out your life
if you try to take our rights.

Ra-doon-ha-gay-doon, the Redcoats are doomed.

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