In 2004, white nationalist duo Prussian Blue released a song paying tribute to Robert Jay Mathews, a leader of the white nationalist, anti-Semitic group The Order who died in a gunfight with federal agents in Coupeville, Washington.
The lyrics are below:
Prussian Blue - Gone With the Breeze
You're gone with the breeze, just like the leaves on the trees. Gone are the times with your family ,your family. You left Dark behind. You knew they had your death warrant signed. But there was no way that you would compromise, no compromise.
You're gone with the breeze. But you'll always be there on our minds. You're gone with the breeze, just a memory, of those times. You're gone with the breeze. But you left a lot of people who loved you. You're gone with the breeze, but we'll remember you, remember you.
You stood against lies. You would never hide. You stood face to face with the enemy, the enemy. Against all the odds, dangerous paths you trod. You knew it could only end in tragedy, in tragedy.
All ends in devastation, for a man who loved his Nation. Another warrior they took away. Yeah, they took you away. In our hearts you did not die. Forevermore your flag will fly. One day the land will stand in your memory Robert Mathews.