"Lonely Soldier" as written by Tommy Malone, John C. Magnie, Johnny Ray Allen and Steven C. Amedee....
Maybe I got some things to learn.
I'll wait before I return.
These hard times that are yet to come,
Mama said it is my concern.

I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.
I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.

There's a part of me that wants to find out,
takes my breath, it's hard to believe.
In times like this so many heads are turned
Mama said it is my concern.

I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.
I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.

Night falls out here, gunshot -- ring out loud.
In a flash of light a young man he's cut down.

I ask myself tonight
why they continue to fight
and no one ever wins.

I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.
(When will it end?)
I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.
(When will it end?)
I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.
(Why must the children have to pay?)
I feel for the lonely soldier that fights but never wins.
(For their fathers' sins?)
I feel for the lonely soldier that fights . . .
(When will it end?)


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"Lonely Soldier" as written by Johnny Ray Allen John C. Magnie

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