Though Some May Call Us “Bitter” . . .
Some say that we’ve turned bitter
But that’s demonstrably untrue
In fact we’re actually better
For each day that we start anew.
We’ve fought the fight worth fighting
With passion and resolve
We’ve nothing to be ashamed of
And no reason to dissolve.
Instead we must press onward
And continue to grow our cause
Let us welcome legions more
And do so without pause.
We’ve encountered a bump in the road
So what? We’ve gained a whole lot more
We’re strengthened by our adversity
And have only begun to soar.
Lies, cheating and chicanery
Will hardly dissuade us now
Nor will intimidation
Or your disfavor, or petulant scowl.
No, we will not retreat to a quiet corner
And we feel no compulsion to obey
We created and defined this movement
And will continue to show the way.
You won’t tear America from us
Your insults we’ll not abide
We love our country too much
To let this vision slide.
So, go ahead, call us bitter
If that makes you feel first-rate
You’ll only fool yourself
And be burdened by that weight.