T. Edwin Doss

T. Edwin Doss

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Country - Americana | Silver Spring, Maryland, United States
Total Song Plays: 1,194   
Member Since: 2013
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Song Description

A young, unmarried girl, with child, is anticipating a correspondence from a soldier at war, the father of the unborn child. Receiving a letter of hope from him, she briefly has hope that he will be home soon, as he asked her to pray for him. As weeks pass, she gets the phone call that she never wanted to receive. He fulfilled his promise of returning soon, however, under a sad and terrible pretense.

Story Behind the Song

A soldier in wartime, sending a letter to his pregnant fiance'

Playlists this song is on:
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I'll Be Coming Home Soon T. Edwin Doss She walked the dirt road to the mailbox everyday gold cross around her neck, a baby on the way hoping to find a letter, now and again He would send her Army pay for a wedding band A young soldier fighting in a foreign land Smiles, mixed with tears, there was a letter waiting she tore it open, trembling, so much time anticipating familiar handwriting, he sent a note with thoughtful words to give her hope she read, aloud, what that young soldier wrote :
Chorus: "My only love, I miss you so I'll be leaving here soon, I wanted you to know that I love you.... with all my heart soon we will be together, never apart make plans for a wedding in June Say a prayer for me.....i'll be coming home soon " three weeks time, no other mail came in early june, the telephone rang with news she thought she'd never hear she screamed, "father help me....i know you are near!! " Fell to her knees praying in tears Cargo transport touched down in the rain she was dressed in black with her gold cross and chain a flag draped coffin appeared through the door a lone bugler played "taps" in a thunder roar she read, aloud, his last letter once more:


Song Length
Country - General, Country - General
Tempo / Feel
Slow (71 - 90)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Heartbreaking, Moving

Subject Matter
Sadness, Heartbreak

Similar Artists
Diamond Rio, Blake Shelton
2000 and later

Lyric Credits T. Edwin Doss
Music Credits T. Edwin Doss
Producer Credits Dave Mallen/ T. Edwin Doss
Publisher Credits T. Edwin Doss
Performance Credits T. Edwin Doss