G C G (G7) There are women of many descriptions C Cm G In this queer world, as everyone knows. G C G Some are living in beautiful mansions, A7 D (D7) And are wearing the finest of clothes. G C G There are blue blooded queens and princesses, C B7 Who have charms made of diamonds and pearl; G E7 Am But the only and thoroughbred lady A7 D7 G Is the Rebel Girl. CHORUS: G C That's the Rebel Girl, that's the Rebel Girl! D D7 G To the working class she's a precious pearl. D7 She brings courage, pride and joy G To the fighting Rebel Boy. G C We've had girls before, but we need some more D C B7 In the Industrial Workers of the World. E7 Am For it's great to fight for freedom C G D7 G With a Rebel Girl. G C G (G7) Yes, her hands may be hardened from labor, C Cm G And her dress may not be very fine; G C G But a heart in her bosom is beating A7 D (D7) That is true to her class and her kind. G C G And the grafters in terror are trembling C B7 When her spite and defiance she'll hurl; E7 Am For the only and thoroughbred lady A7 D7 G Is the Rebel Girl.