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Forgotten Soldier                                     

This song is dedicated to all of the brave men and women who served in Vietnam, and to their families. A heroe's welcome you all deserved; and never got.

Written by Linda & Greg Lewis. Performed by Linda & Greg Lewis, with Ron Brandon. Copyright 1992, BMI.

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

I know the wounds, for some of you, have never gone away. The pain you feel, and scars you bear; remind you every day.
And even though it should have been said many years ago. From those of us, who really care, we wanted you to know.

Forgotten Soldier, we are very proud of you. We can't begin to know, all that you've been going through.
So please forgive us for not saying this before. We want to 'thank you', and hope you won't hurt anymore….Forgotten Soldier.

Though time has passed, the memories are still fresh on your mind. Of coming home to angry looks, and words that were unkind.
You bravely did the only thing that you were told to do. You all deserve a special 'thanks'. And so from us to you:

Forgotten Soldier, we are very proud of you. We can't begin to know, all that you've been going through. So please forgive us for not saying this before.
We want to 'thank you', and hope you won't hurt anymore….Forgotten Soldier.

You too are heroes in our eyes. Even though you've been denied this tribute, that has been long overdue. This song's for you.

(Instrumental Solo)

Forgotten Soldier, we are very proud of you. We can't begin to know, all that you've been going through.
So please forgive us for not saying this before. We want to 'thank you', 'thank you', and hope you won't hurt anymore….Remembered Soldier