Bob Case | Mister, Where Do Soldiers Go?

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Mister, Where Do Soldiers Go?

by Bob Case

The first song on this album is dedicated to the soldiers and veterans that keep us free. These words are from Bob concerning our brave soldiers who have left people they love behind to protect our freedoms or to the veterans who have done so in the past.
Genre: Country: Traditional Bluegrass
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mister, Where Do Soldiers Go?
3:11 $1.09
2. This Life I'm Living Can't Go On
1:48 $1.09
3. It's Hard to Walk the Line
1:53 $1.09
4. One Man's Loss Is Another Man's Gain
2:49 $1.09
5. Only Got One Baby
2:42 $1.09
6. Blues Coming Down
2:42 $1.09
7. Don't Tell Me Goodbye, Just Go
2:29 $1.09
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The first song on this album is a continuing tribute to the veterans and soldiers still fighting for our liberties.

How do you tell a young child that the reason his father, mother, brother, or sister, or any loved one, has gone away to some foreign land to protect our country and other countries from the tyranny and the aggression we all face from some countries seeking to causing fear, chaos and doubts to come to our great land?

We have many divisions of the military who serve and protect us. The Army, the Navy, the Marines, The Air Force, and the Coast Guard who all perform duties daily to help make us safe. Let us also not forget the National Guardsmen, the state and city police, who have also taken an oath to protect and to serve. I believe this should also include the firemen and first responders who are always there in time of need! And we should never forget the Veterans who have already served their time and should be recognized for what they too have done and the sacrifices they have made.

So when you ask me “Where do soldier go?” I can say without hesitation, “They go wherever or whenever they are needed!”

Thank You to all our service men and women, both here in the U.S. and on foreign soil, and to our Veterans, for all you do or have done.

Bob Case



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Randy meyers

Great songs love it.......Bob