I am Kilrain of the 20th Maine and I damn all gentlemenColonel Joshua Chamberlain, July 2, 1863
Whose only worth is their father's name and the sweat of a workin' man
Well we come from the farms and the city streets and a hundred foreign lands
And we spilled our blood in the battle's heat
Now we're all Americans
"Stand firm, ye boys of Maine, for not once in a century are men permitted to bear such responsibilities!"