Forgotten Soldier – John Edmond
Genre Pop

LYRIC
Forgotten Soldier

Right now I feel like a
Forgotten soldier
I've been eight hours on the road
Doesn't anybody see me standing here
In my soldier's coat?
And rain ain't kindly to a weary man
And passing cars look snug and warm
There ain't no comforts for a
Forgotten soldier
Standing in the storm

I think I'll read your crumpled letter one more time
To reassure me that our love has stood the test
The words you wrote are poetry, to me that is
And I cherish them and hold them to my breast

Deep down I know that I'm no
Forgotten soldier
Though you're a million stars away
Soon friеndly headlights will be shining down
And slowing down for me
And thеre will be a place to close my eyes
And almost feel the kiss
Of lips that tell me I'm no
Forgotten soldier
Somewhere in the mist
I think I'll read your crumpled letter one more time
To reassure me that our love has stood the test
The words you wrote are poetry, to me that is
And I cherish them and hold them to my breast

So when I feel like a
Forgotten soldier
And when the night is extra long
That crumpled letter is my inspiration
The words just push me on
They wash my blues away with memories
That we will soon renew
And then I won't be a
Forgotten soldier
When I am home with you
And then I won't be a
Forgotten soldier
When I am home with you
No I won't be a
Forgotten soldier
When I am home with you

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *