Women’s fight, it is a right
To not be afraid walking home at night
We do not want a fright.
The days of the ripper long gone
Except we have not changed
We need to feel safe and as one
Why can’t the good guys keep us safe?
Across Clapham Common poor Sarah walked,
Then a copper murdered her?
We need to reignite the suffragettes
Things haven’t changed.
So much for equality
When you can’t even report rape?
Those poor women traumatised
By a broken system
A broken state
So please why won’t you keep us safe?
It’s a women’s right
We don’t want to have to fight
Without this foresight.