"La Resistance" is a song featured prominently in South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut.
The song was reprised in "The Mole's Reprise". The motto is "Viva La Resistance!".
God has smiled upon you this day
The fate of a nation in your hands
And blessed be the children we,
who fight with all our bravery
'til only the righteous stand.
You see the distant flames, they bellow in the night.
You fight in all our names for what we know is right.
And when you all get shot and cannot carry on
Though you die, La Resistance lives on.
Gregory and the other Children:
You may get stabbed in the head with a dagger or sword.
You may be burned to death or skinned alive or worse.
But when they torture you, you will not feel the need to run
For though you die, La Resistance lives on.
Blame Canada! Blame Canada!
Because the country's gone awry, tomorrow night these freaks will fry!
Our lives will change!
We'll be entertained!
What a sight!
Up there, there is so much room, where babies burp and flowers bloom.
Tomorrow night, up there is doomed and so I will be going soon!
Terrance and Phillip:
Shut your fucking face, uncle fucka!
You're a boner biting bastard, uncle fucka!
Looks like we may be out of luck!
Tomorrow night we're pretty fucked!
Stan and Kyle:
Why did our mothers start this war? What the fuck are they fighting for?
When did this song become a marathon?
I want to be up there...
When Canada is dead and gone, there'll be no more Celine Dion!
They may cut your dick in half.
And serve it to a pig.
Our lives will change.
And though it hurts, you'll laugh.
And you'll dance a dickless jig.
We'll be entertained.
But that's the way it goes.
In war, you're shat upon! Though you die..
I want to be... up there...
Stan, Kyle, Cartman:
Tomorrow we fight, for La Resistaaance!
Our lives will change! We'll be entertained! Tomorrow night!
Just don't cry out, "Bring your noose!" Blame Canada! Blame Canada! Blame Canada!
- The song's Les Misérables counterpart can be considered "One Day More", a combination of previous themes up to that point, or as "Do You Hear The People Sing?", a rousing song about the power of the people. The song can be said to best encapsulate the original musical's themes of popular resistance and personal vendetta.
- The song foreshadows Butters' future as a major character: he is holding the flag at the end and then trips, his groan sounding similar to his voice in later episodes.
- When Gregory says "They may cut your dick in half", Brimmy is dancing with the group. But when Gregory says "...and serve it to a pig", he is replaced by Craig Tucker.