Another Country

Album: Another Country (2015)
  • The title track of Rod Stewart's 29th studio album, this was inspired by the singer's respect for the armed forces. He told The Sun the song imagines "what it must be like to be in the Forces, serving abroad in a remote part of the world and missing your loved ones."

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