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  • Avatar for brettkessler
    If you want to know more about the history of this song, here's a short radio documentary about it:
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  • Avatar for JohnnyMath
    Hasta la victoria siempre! [2]
  • Avatar for Hunter_Zombie
    @intubator if you are asking if Pete Seeger wrote it, he didn't and never claimed he did. It was first published in 194O's in a pamphlet edited by him, indirectly attributed to Zilphia Horton, probably written during labour disputes in the South in the 1930's by Louise Shropshire and very possibly inspired by a gospel hymn written at the turn of the century by Charles Albert Tindley that was popular among strikers at that time. Like many songs popularised by Seeger, it has probably been translated into just about every language out there.
  • Avatar for tnjjbi
    Check out the documentary: Pete Seeger: The Power of Song. Awesome!
  • Avatar for intubator
    "Hum honge kamiyab, hum honge kamiyab ek dhin; oho mann mein hein vishwas, poora hein vishwas, hum honge kamiyab ek dhin" - Now, anyone know which one is the source - this or Pete Seeger's?
  • Avatar for fandermusik
    so soll es sein ,so wird es sein , so muss es sein...
  • Avatar for betriebsgruppe
    Hasta la victoria siempre!
  • Avatar for miguelitomama
    WOO HOO!!! I now really FEEL this song. Thank you, Occupy Wall Street!
  • Avatar for ladycaroledowns
    Great song, thanks Jem

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