“Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough has released a new single he says was inspired by the Women’s March, which celebrated its first anniversary Saturday.

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The MSNBC host aired the music video for the single during his show Monday, featuring images of protesters during the Women’s Marches that took place across the country over the weekend.

“Once in your life, you may get the chance to stand against a column of tanks. 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,” Scarborough sings. “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.”

Scarborough has released songs protesting Trump before, and at one point was writing an entire musical about him.

He released an EP late last year called “A Very Drumpf Christmas” that featured Trump as the Grinch as cover art.

The former Florida congressman left the Republican party last year and has emerged as a vocal critic of Trump, who in turn has repeatedly insulted Scarborough and his "Morning Joe" co-hosts.