Chris Boyden

Chris Boyden

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Country - Americana | Eagle, Wisconsin, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,137   
Member Since: 2012
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Song Description

The title says it all. We send our sons and daughters to war and the families are left at home to worry. The worry never ceases. It's inescapable. We love them all and just want them home safely.

Story Behind the Song

This was written in the early 90's around the time of Desert Storm. I didn't know Johnny personally but he was the son of so many of my parents' friends and he was the brother and friend to all of us.

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Nice melody. Great BASS line.

    - TIMBERWOLF

The guitar is excellent.
i think this song has marketing potential

    - Keeton Coffman Music
Lyrics


Watch the tube for news regarding my brothers off to war
Hello
Don't know
Just hope Johnny comes marching home
Days gone past
This war can't last
We've lost another troop
They're gone
They're gone
All gone
Why can't we bring them home?
Bring him home
Bring him home I said
Mom won't smile
The tears they flow again
The dog won't eat
The days don't seem so bright
Why?
Why?
Bring him home
Bring him home
I said bring him home before he ends up dead
I can't take it
Not, no anymore
Stop the war
Stop the war
Stop the war

Song Length
4:02
Genres
Rock - Americana, Rock - Hard Rock
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Distressed, Troubled

Subject Matter
Armed Forces, War

Similar Artists
Metallica, The Rolling Stones
Language
English
Era
1990 - 1999

Lyric Credits Chris Boyden
Music Credits Boyden, Buscher and Nelson
Producer Credits Chris Boyden
Publisher Credits Chris Boyden
Performance Credits Boyden, Buscher and Nelson