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Clem Tholet - Rhodesians Never Die Album

Clem Tholet - Rhodesians Never Die Album
Clem Tholet
Rhodesians Never Die
South Africa
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1137 mb
MP3 size:
1647 mb
WMA size:
1852 mb


1Hey, Hey, Jerome
2Rhodesians Never Die


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
IP 500Clem Tholet Rhodesians Never Die ‎(7", Single)GalloIP 500Rhodesia1973


Song: Rhodesians Never Die by Clem Tholet. Watch the video for Rhodesians Never Die from Clem Tholet's Songs of Love and War for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. From The Album. Play album. Songs of Love and War. Clem Tholet. Clem Tholet 1948 6 October 2004 was a Rhodesian folk singer who became popular in the 1970s for his Rhodesian patriotic songs. He reached the height of his fame during the Rhodesian Bush War. Clem was born in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia now Harare in Zimbabwe in 1948 and began writing songs while he was an art student in Durban, South Africa. Rhodesians Never Die is a Rhodesian patriotic song, written and first recorded by Rhodesian singer-songwriter Clem Tholet in 1973. Though originally released as a pop song, its lyrics caused it to gain an iconic status amongst Rhodesians during the Rhodesian Bush War of the 1970s. Rhodesians Never Die on YouTube. Your current browser isn't compatible with SoundCloud. Please download one of our supported browsers. Need help Sorry Something went wrong. Is your network connection unstable or browser outdated. Artist: Clem Tholet. Song: Rhodesians Never Die. Album: Songs Of Love And War 1979. Translations: Afrikaans, Portuguese, Russian, Turkish. A A. Rhodesians Never Die. Here's the story of Rhodesia. A land both fair and great. This song is by Clem Tholet and appears on the album Songs Of Love And War 1979. Here's the story of RhodesiaA land both fair and greatOn 11th of NovemberAn independent state. This was much against the wishesOf certain governmentsWhose leaders tried to break us downTo make us all repent. But we're all RhodesiansAnd we'll fight through thick and thinWe'll keep our land a free landStop the enemy coming in. A D For Rhodesians never die. A D A. D Bm They can send their men to murder. G A D And they can shout their words of hate. D Bm But the cost of keeping this land free G A Can never be too great. D Bm For our men and boys are fighting. G A For the things that they hold dear. G D That this land and all its people. A D Will never disappear. G Cos we're all Rhodesians. D And we'll fight through thick and thin. PagesBusinessesEducationRhodesian History RememberedVideosRhodesians Never Die by Clem Tholet. rhodesia clem tholet. More from Radio Rhodesia - . Rhodesians Never Die Clem Tholet. The Rhodesian Air Force Pictures. Judy Pays ex-SAAF & Rhodesian Air Force DH115 Vampire VH-ZVZ during Warbirds Down Under 2013 at Temora