¡Un daño para uno
Es un daño a todo!
(trans: An injury to one
Is an injury to all!)

Uno, dos, tres, cuatro
¡Que queremos un contrato!
(trans: 1-2-3-4
We want a contract!)

¿No contrato? ¡No trabajo!
¿No justicia? ¡No hay paz!
(trans: No contract? No Work!
No justice? No Peace!)

What’s disgusting? Union busting!
What’s outrageous? Sweatshop wages
(or: stagnant, poverty, etc..)
What’s appalling? Bosses stalling!
Exploitation ain’t the way
____ deserve fair pay!
(farm workers, etc..)

1-2-3-4 We know what we’re out here for!
or: No one should be working poor!
or: We won’t take it anymore!
5-6-7-8 Come on ____negotiate!
or: Where’s our contract – Why so late?

Be fair — to those who care.

(Tune: Traditional marching cadence)
CALL & ECHO


_____ is a union town
_____ is a union town
You can’t keep the people down.
You can’t keep the people down.
or: Get UP! —Get DOWN!
Get UP! —Get DOWN!
______ is a union town!
_____ is  a union town!
Union town through and through
Union town through and through
You for me and me for you.
You for me and me for you!
_____ is a union city
____ is a union city
The way you treat us is a pity
The way you treat us is a pity
Union city in and out
Union city in and out
We won’t rest until you’re out
We won’t rest until you’re out.
or: On strike, shut it down ___ is a union town
or: Organize, won’t back down
or: Organize, can’t keep us down


 

___ you’re no good
Sign a contract like you should!
or: Never voted like you should

You take one of us on
You take all of us on!