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we are soldiers in the army

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we gotta fight oh lord we have to fight

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we got to hold all of the freedom [[banner?]], we gotta hold it all until we die

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we are soldiers in the army

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we gotta fight, oh

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yeah we gotta hold all of the freedom [[banner?]] we gotta hold it all until we die

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My mother was a soldier

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She gotta her hands on the [[?]] blood

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one day she got old she couldn't fight anymore she said i'll stand here [[?]]

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yeah we are soldiers in the army

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we gotta fight

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yeah we gotta hold all of the freedom [[?]] we gotta hold it all until we die

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and then I'm a soldier

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I got my hands on the freedom flag

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one day I'll get old I'm not gonna fight anymore, I'll just thank Him [[?]]

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Yeah, we are soldiers in the army

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we gotta fight, oh

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yeah we gotta hold all of the freedom [[banner?]] we gotta hold it all until we die

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we are soldiers in the army

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we gotta fight, oh

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we gotta hold all of the freedom [[banner?]] we gotta hold it all until we die

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[[applause]]



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