If we’re ‘all in this together’, for real,
How comes there is so little appeal,
Amongst those of us at the sharp end,
You know, the ones with least to spend.
If we’re ‘all in this together’, was true,
Why do the many pay while the few
Silver-spooned insulated millionaires,
Strut through life without any cares.
If we’re ‘all in this together’, made sense,
Why do the rich then go on the defence,
When we show them a way out of this hole,
One that doesn’t throw millions on the dole.
If we’re ‘all in this together’ why are the poor
Still standing in queues at the rich man’s door
Men made rich from the sweat of others,
By the toil of us workers; sisters and brothers.
We’re ‘all in this together’ us, working folk,
And, we can see the country ain’t broke;
If all tax cheats just paid what they owe,
We'd flourish and the economy'd grow.