All The Fallen Men

Album: Fight To Survive (1984)
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  • The fire is burning
    The heroes are dead
    Their ashes are spread out
    The prayers (been) said
    They fought for their country
    And they died for their king
    Without (ever) asking
    For (one) little thing

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    The power and glory have rissen again
    The king is here on his throne
    The power and glory was all that remained
    Now it's over now it's over

    Cry it out in the night
    For all the fallen men
    Shout it out loud and clear
    For all the fallen men

    The flowers had died out
    Where the battle took place
    It's all been deserted
    (a) place for the dead
    If you listen to the wind
    You can hear them cry
    The sound of soldiers screaming in the night

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    Repeat chorus fade Writer/s: MIKE TRAMP, VITO BRATTA
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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