Ronnie Presley

Ronnie Presley

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Country - General | Caraway, Arkansas, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,228   
Member Since: 2006
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Song Description

A song of war, faith, fate, love, hope and dreams of the brothers and sisters who serve the military and need to come back home,(ALIVE).

Story Behind the Song

Troops over in Iraq and the hardships that only they know and live through while there.

Lyrics

COME HOME copyright 2007 Ronnie Presley

Verse:
They All Lay Down Their Lives
To Leave Behind All The Things That Were Good
To A Land Where The Killing
Was The Only Thing some Understood

Young ones Died For Our Freedom
Oh That?s Just Why I sing You This Song
?Bout All The Mother?s Who?s Babies Will Never Come Home

Chorus:
Wish The Fighting Would End
Watch A New World Begin
And Our Soldiers Would All Make It Home
Hear the Eagle?s loud Cry
Thru? The gunsmoke Blue Sky
Sing His Song For The Brave, Bold And Strong
Come Home
Please Come Home

Verse:
Oh We All Have The Dreams
Of What It?s Like, Just To Live Over There
And It Makes Us So Thankful
To Be Breathing Our Own Precious Air

But The Powerful Ones
Are The Ones We Call Brothers And Sisters
And The Hero?s That Were Lost
Are Remembered To All, As The Resistors

CHORUS AGAIN:

Song Length
4:33
Genres
Country - General, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Heartbreaking, Heartbreaking

Subject Matter
General, Violence


Language
English
Era
2000 and later

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