Can I have someone find the literary devices in this for me?

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British Admiral Howe’s got troops on the water
Thirty-two thousand troops in New York Harbor
Thirty-two thousand troops in New York Harbor
When they surround our troops
They surround our troops
When they surround our troops
As a kid in the Caribbean I wished for a war
I knew that I was poor; I knew it was the only way to
Rise up
If they tell my story,
I am either gonna die on the battlefield in glory or
Rise up
I will fight for this land, but there’s only one man
Who can give us a command, so we can
Rise up
Understand, it’s the only way to
Rise up
Rise up
Here he comes
Here comes the general!
Ladies and gentlemen!
Here comes the general!
The moment you’ve been waiting for!
Here comes the general!
The Pride of Mount Vernon!
Here comes the general!
George Washington!…

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There are many devices. Anaphora has been used in the second and third line and there is the use of repetition of “rise up” which is also a refrain. Rest you can ask one by one.

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