Jayme Knyx | Civilian Soldiers

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Civilian Soldiers

by Jayme Knyx

We do it for love We do it for freedom Without them both life would have no meaning For our sisters For our brothers The working man and all the single mothers For a country who’s eyes are getting colder It’s gonna take a lot more of us..Civilian Soldiers
Genre: Country: Alt-Country
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Over the past few years we have witnessed many countries and people pushing for change around the world. There has been a level of discontentment brewing because of never-ending taxes increases, and the overall rise in the cost of living. People are finding it difficult to make ends meet. As a result, we have been seeing people unite by taking their voices to social media platforms that have now spread to the streets in protests that have sparked some major movements. However, things are a little different this time. These protesters are single mothers, seniors, oil fields workers, military veterans, construction workers, entrepreneurs, and small business owners standing in unity with common beliefs and values about being treated fairly. I like to call these people our "Civilian Soldiers." This song is about hope, it's about love and most importantly, it's about freedom!

Prior to the new sequel song "Civilian Soldiers" Jayme Knyx’s social media Hit Song “Still Fighting” enjoyed over a million interactions in just one week with the uptake of his song by thousands who are following the “United We Roll” convoy for Canada that reached Parliament Hill after days of driving across the country.

It is now clearly apparent that the song that followed a convoy across Canada is gaining momentum rolling from East to West.
This song has become the anthem for The Convoy and all that watched it on Social Media and listened on streaming services over the past months as well as the news. Many in the movement have adopted “Still Fighting” as the song for change in Canada. From building pipelines to getting our oil to tide water, as well as carbon taxes and unsecured borders the Yellow Vest and the Convoy has a different meaning for each and every one of us.

The song “Still Fighting” means something different to everybody. Like any song, it means and rings different on a variety of issues right now in Canada. “I see the recent convoy and unity it created while travelling across this great country as truly historic”, says Jayme.

He says, “This is a message of hope to unite the human spirit peacefully for everyone far and wide. Why are we "Still Fighting" for truth and open transparency when these are the essential ingredients for humanity & integrity to rise?”



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