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Until They'Re Home Again
There are those who fight battles at home,
To keep us alive overseas.
There are those who pass judgement on what we have done,
When they themselves are diseased.
There is a boy who will give his life,
In the name of corps and country.
But only those with him, in the darkest of days,
Will remember him faithfully.
There will be a box, beneath a bird,
With a flag to cover it's soul.
To be taken by men, to whatever end,
In the honor and the glory of old.
Only the eyes that have seen such things,
Will gaze unseeing ahead.
To know in ...