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At The Wall                                     

This song is dedicated to all of the brave men and women who paid the ultimate price, while serving their country.

Written and performed by Linda & Greg Lewis. Copyright 1992, BMI.

NOTE: Forgotten Soldier, Lady Bell, At The Wall, & When We Shared are all available on our CD 'Remembered Forever'.

As I look at all the names; I wonder who they were, and what they would be doing today. They are brothers, sons and fathers, sisters and daughters to us all.
And we keep their memory strong At The Wall.

There were those who fought beside you. You were there, and saw them fall. In your heart their more than just a name engraved upon the wall.
In the jungles of that far-off land, they died to set men free. And the wall is here to remind us that they died for you and me.

And they're more than just a name on a wall. They were loved ones and best friends. And their lives have touched us all.
They are brothers, sons and fathers, sisters and daughters to us all. And even though they're gone….we'll keep their memory strong At The Wall.

And they're more than just a name on the wall. They were loved ones and best friends. And their lives have touched us all.
In the jungles of that far-off land, they died to set men free. And their names are there to remind us. This wall reminds us.
It will always remind us of how they died for you and me. In the land called 'Vietnam'.

It says in the word of God: 'No greater love has one for another, than that they would lay down their life for a brother'.
And that's what all of these men and women did while serving in that land called 'Vietnam'.