Rebel Soldiers

Album: Aruba Red (2008)
  • A November 2009 article in the Morning Star newspaper said this Aruba Red composition was inspired by the anti-war movement alluding specifically to the then ongoing conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan: "I'm funding bloodshed with the taxes I pay..."
    By the time she recorded "Rebel Soldiers", even the dumbest of Britons and Americans had worked that out, but the message is one that can't be repeated too often. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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