"Hill 3234" as written by and Paer Sundstroem Joakim Broden....
Landed on the hilltop, soviet forces are in place
Awaiting orders!

They were only 39
They were told to hold the line
In control

Sent into battle, came from the sky
Trapped on a mountain, and into the fire

Hold your ground
When you're fighting those who fight
Death is waiting on the hill
No surrender, shoot to kill
You have to
Hold your ground
Kill the warrior in your sight
Death is waiting on the hill
No surrender, shoot to kill

January 7th, hold the hilltop at all costs
Follow orders!

Holding their ground
To the final round
One by one

Fight through the sundown, into the night
Enduring the darkness, awaiting the light

Hold your ground
When you're fighting those who fight
Death is waiting on the hill
No surrender, shoot to kill
You have to
Hold your ground
Kill the warrior in your sight
Death is waiting on the hill
No surrender, shoot to kill

Stand, hold your ground
Come around
Hostile land
Your last stand

Under fire low on munitions,
Make your bullets count
Push their warriors back down the mountain,
Rule the battlefront

Sent into battle, came from the sky
Trapped on a mountain, and into the fire

Hold your ground
When you're fighting those who fight
Death is waiting on the hill
No surrender, shoot to kill
You have to
Hold your ground
Kill the warrior in your sight
Death is waiting on the hill
No surrender, shoot to kill


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"Hill 3234" as written by Paer Sundstroem Joakim Broden

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    General CommentNot all notable last stands happened decades, centuries or millenia ago, and what happened on Hill 3234 in 1988 during the Soviet-Afghan war is a great example of bravery during more recent years. On the 7th of January the 39 Soviet airborne soldiers landed on the hilltop to secure safe passage for the convoys passing on the road below. In the afternoon they were attacked by approximately 250 Mujahideen and the fighting continued until dawn the next day when the attackers withdrew. On the morning of the 8th of January over 200 Mujahideen lay dead, while only 6 Soviet soldiers lost their lives.
    - accompanying text from album
    lycanthropianon January 23, 2017   Link

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