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For Ernesto ‘Ché’ Guevara de la Serna

(14 June 1928 – 9 October 1967)

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The Wind Carries His Name …

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They shot him down,

to silence a man of flesh and bone.

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Even as the bullets tore through him,

the wind carried his name.

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Far across the weary fields,

high above the stubborn peaks,

over the blood soaked streams,

the wind carried his name.

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They shot him down,

to silence a man of flesh and bone.

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Yet the wind carries his name,

to you and to me,

to them and to us.

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They shot him down,

but his name resounds,

as it floats on the breeze.

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They still try to shoot him down,

to silence us all,

to stifle an ideal.

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But the wind cannot be stilled,

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and the wind carries his name.

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Che” …
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