they stood there walking tall, will they get through it all, people die, they have to walk away, fighting off the pain of another day, now they must be strong, it was all so wrong, trapped in a place, let's pray and give them grace, when it was over, did you have to spit into a wounded eye, no welcome home, you had the nerve to bitch while you were safe in your home, welcome home today, men at eighteen, i can't imagine what they've seen,soldiers stalk the night, the nightmare never over, i whisper sweet dreams, straight from the heart, now they all march on, new morning, life ain't gone, friends lost, friend's so brave, let's pray and give them grace, when it was over, did you have to spit into a wounded eye, no welcome home, you had the nerve to bitch while you were safe in your home, welcome home, this aint no picture in a movie screen, the real heroes the men you don't see, fights a war, comes back to a home, the war's beginning, they fought for a country, where people just thought about themselves, souls in the wind, cry out for peace to begin, let's kneel to their graves, let's pray and give them grace, they fought and died for this country, but when it was over, did you have to spit into a wounded eye, no welcome home, you had the nerve to bitch, while you were safe in your home, now that it's over, i praise the lives of people who survived and died, welcome home, i greet you with my open arms, welcome home today.


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