Joe Scarborough wrote a song inspired by the Women’s March

It’s called “Stand.”

January 23, 2018

On Saturday, MSNBC's Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough shared a song in support of the Women's March, and possibly women in general, called "Stand." As the Cut reports, the song premiered on his show, accompanied by clips of protestors, speakers, and women dressed like the fictional characters in The Handmaid's Tale, seen above.

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"Once in your life, you may get the chance to stand against a column of tanks," he sings, about the second annual event. "And once in your life, you may get the chance to say words like deep within your heart that change the outcome of the day. And how the world turns violently, we’re battered by the savagery but we will not wake not on bended knees, we will not go down quietly, will not go down silently.”

Congratulations to everyone who plans on taking a stand exactly once in their lives, on your new anthem.

Thumbnail courtesy of Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images.

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