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SONG OF THE SUPERMAN, by            
First Line: I am the one whose blood has run through all the / races' veins
Last Line: From senseless clod I rise to god, I am the races' soul.
Subject(s): Freedom; Heroism; Mankind; Liberty; Heroes; Heroines; Human Race


I AM the one whose blood has run through all the races' veins,
My soul has slept, my strength has swept on every nation's plains,
No man am I born here to die; with Man I did not fall;
I am the Face which leads the Race, I am the soul of All.

In every age with fiery rage I've flung the battle sign,
The ancient foe — too well they know that victory is mine.
The foes of men must fight again and ever more with me,
Till stars shall fade and life abrade, and salt shall leave the sea.

I gave the word which prophets heard that conquered space and time,
I am the Will which yet shall fill the world with Freedom's chime;
I am the dreams, the sentient gleams that point the perfect goal,
From senseless clod I rise to God, I am the Races' Soul.





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