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  • Jan 01,  · Synopsis The haunting songs of the First World War still have a powerful emotional impact. These are the funny, bitter, sad and romantic words the soldiers actually sang on the march, in the dug-outs and trenches. Amidst the appalling carnage of Reviews:
  • Joe Baca War: Vietnam War, Branch: Army Service Location: United States; Vietnam Theme: Patriotism Theme: Voices of War: John Philip Baca War: Vietnam War, Branch: Army Service Location: Phuoc Long Province, Vietnam Theme: Medal of Honor: Nick Daniel Bacon War: Vietnam War, Branch: Army.
  • The excellent Guy Clark has a song called "Soldier's Joy, " on his album The Dark, crediting its composition to himself & Shawn Camp. The lyrics describe a US Civil War soldier needing something to kill the pain of having his wounded leg amputated in a .
  • So, the song's message is that we fight wars and shed blood for greed in the name of our God's but God just want's "Peace on Earth" as was written on the stone when it was turned over. The One Tin Soldier riding away just says that masses die in war on both sides and only one or a few are left.
  • Mar 27,  · Arranged by Joe Garland and Andy Razaf just before the war, this song was based on a melody called “Tar Paper Stomp.” “In the Mood” remained a big hit for Miller for the duration of the war. Continue to page. George Formby, “I Did What I Could With my Gas Mask”.
  • Jul 15,  · The circumstances of war strengthen the esprit-de-corps of a soldier, and I am not far wrong in stating that pride of regiment in an "old sweat"is much stronger than love of country. On the evening of their arrival these veterans sat in their huts and sang the song the "Old Diehards."Mere doggerel the verse, the words fatuous, and the singing not above reproach.
  • When this bloody war is over, No more soldiering for me. This book brings together the words - humorous, cynical, bitter, wistful - of the songs the soldiers of the First World War sang. The haunting songs of the First World War still have a powerful emotional impact; these are the words the soldiers actually sang - on the march, in the dug-outs and trenches - amidst the appalling carnage of.
  • Oct 31,  · Soldier at War Lyrics: Ooh, yeah / Ladies, why don't you get behind me? / Yeah, groovy / Oooh, mate, pass me that bat / The streets are chaos and the outlook is dire / Time .