Now we've got a ham-merIt's not clear whether the song was intended as an ironic commentary.
he hammers in the mor-nin'
he hammers in the eve-nin'
all over this la-a-nd
he's a hammer of jus-tice
he's a hammer of free-ee-dom
he's a hammer of love between
the brothers and the sisters
all over this land
BONUS: The next verse in the original song is "If I had a bell /
I'd ring it in the morning...." Maybe that's why Guckert was there.
UPDATE: Now with 80% more irony! David Corn weighs in on the pro-Commie background of the original song.