Kenny Ray Horton

Kenny Ray Horton

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Country - Rock | Chicago, Illinois, United States
Total Song Plays: 14   
Member Since: 2003
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Lyrics

An Eagle Cries
Written by Kenny Ray Horton

Verse 1
I am PFC Bohannon
Devil Dog down to the core
A figment of your imagination,
I?m a man who lives no more
I died cause I stood proudly
For the Stars and Stripes
In the mountains of Afghanistan
Late one fateful night
I leave behind my family
Tears rolling down their face
In Miramar, California -
God what a gorgeous place
Though I hate to say this,
That?s how my story ends
But they say with each life ending,
Another one begins

Chorus
I may be gone but I won?t be forgot
They?ll don my grave with forget-me-nots
Yes I know, I?ve seen my last sunrise
But I?ve been told that when a soldier dies
An eagle cries

Verse 2
My name is Sgt. Calloway
I hail from Wichita
I volunteered for the Army
Like my dad and my grandpa
I died one Tuesday morning
By a German soldier?s gun
They say I lost that battle
But I heard the war was won
We were just outside of Bastone
In an old abandoned farm
I was patching up James Coulter
He took a bad one in the arm
I knew he was right behind me
When I looked in Coulters eyes
And the last thing that I thought of
Was my children and my wife

Chorus

Verse 3
My name is Michael Westerman
And I was laid to rest
Back in 1941
The Japanese put us to the test
U.S.S Arizona
She took an awful hit
I felt the huge explosion
We listed port and that was it
I heard a bandsman keep on singing
As we hit the ocean floor
I was stuck in a flooding cabin,
I couldn?t budge the P-way door
I glanced out the porthole
At the God-forsaken sight
Then my whole world faded black,
Even darker than the night

Chorus

Song Length
5:27
Genre
Folk - Country
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal


Language
English
Era
1940 - 1949

Lyric Credits Kenny Ray Horton
Music Credits Kenny Ray Horton
Producer Credits Kenny Ray Horton
Publisher Credits 50mm Publishing (ASCAP)
Performance Credits Kenny Ray Horton
Label Credits Soldier Boy Records