Written by:
Barry Gibb
Robin Gibb
Maurice Gibb
(1981)

Lead vocals:
Barry Gibb

Album:
Living eyes
(1981)


 I memorise, I walk in line,
carry my sacrifice for the sake of the millions.
All night you be the light on the water,
you be the pride and the sorrow,
shower your love to me there.

Summer died before the rain,
unify every soul together be lonely.
Ride on, follow me to the sunrise,
save me the world that is broken,
nothing but love to be there.

Soldiers, father and son,
we’re soldiers, nowhere to run,
we fight or we die,
for what are we living for?
Boys never cry.

Soldiers, mother and child,
we’re soldiers, the meek and the mild,
we stand or we fall.

Never mind, dry your eyes,
you’ll never be far away,
forever beside me.
Hold out, I will be your tomorrow,
I will walk through the fire,
nothing but love to be there.

Soldiers, father and son,
we’re soldiers, nowhere to run,
we fight or we die,
for what are we living for?
Boys never cry.

Soldiers, mother and child,
we’re soldiers, the meek and the mild,
we stand or we fall.

I’m a little misunderstood,
living all the daydreams and nightmares
don’t do me no good.
I’m a little bit on the moon
but when the word is you love me
no moment is too soon.

All night give me the light on the water,
give me the pride and the sorrow,
shower your love to me there.

Soldiers, father and son,
we’re soldiers, nowhere to run,
we fight or we die,
for what are we living for?
Boys never cry.

Soldiers, mother and child,
we’re soldiers, the meek and the mild,
we stand or we fall.

Soldiers, father and son,
we’re soldiers, nowhere to run,
we fight or we die,
for what are we living for?
Boys never cry.

Soldiers, mother and child,
we’re soldiers, the meek and the mild,
we stand or we fall.
For what are we living for?
Boys never cry.

Soldiers, father and son,
we’re soldiers, nowhere to run,
we fight or we die,
for what are we living for?
Boys never cry.

Soldiers, mother and child,
we’re soldiers, the meek and the mild,
we stand or we fall.
For what are we living for?
Boys never cry.

Soldiers, father and son,
we’re soldiers…

Soldiers

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