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Lady Bell                                     

This song is a tribute to a Bell 'Huey' helicopter, that was used in Vietnam.
She was recently, lovingly restored, by members of VVA Chapter 512
, at Salmon Creek, Washington.
She is proudly mounted on her own petestal, outside of the meeting hall, at Salmon Creek.

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'.

Here's to Lady Bell; they stand proudly by your side. You served your country bravely. Now they honor you with pride.
Miss Bell served In-Country, and suffered wounds from war. And then came home to a country that didn't need her anymore.

They found her in a different dress; of colors red and white. Her body parts were missing. And she really looked a sight.
They put her back together; to the way she looked before. Now she's one Vietnam veteran who isn't homeless anymore.

So we welcome you home, Lady Bell. You were called and you served your country well. You helped save many lives.
You carried comrades that had died. Your tour is over. You're at rest now, Lady Bell.

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So welcome home, Lady Bell. You were called, and served your country well. You helped save many lives.
And carried comrades that had died. Your tour is over. You can rest now, Lady Bell.

So welcome home, Lady Bell. You were called and you served your country well. You helped save many lives.
And carried comrades that had died. Your duties' over. Welcome home now, Lady Bell. Welcome Home.