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Sgt mackenzie lay me down

"Sgt. MacKenzie" is a lament written and sung by Joseph Kilna MacKenzie, in memory of his great-grandfather who was killed in combat during World War I. It has been used in films and television, most notably the movie We Were Soldiers, as well as being covered on multiple albums. Sgt. McKenzie lyrics: Original Scottish Version Lay me doon in the caul caul groon Whaur afore monie mair huv gaun Lay me doon in the caul caul groon Whaur afore monie mair huv gaun When they come a wull staun ma g. Lay me down in the cold cold ground. Where before many more have gone. Lay me down in the. 21 Jun Sgt (Sergeant) MacKenzie. Lay me down, in the cold cold ground. Where before many more have gone. Lay me down, in the cold cold ground. Where before many more have gone. When they come I will stand my ground. Stand my ground I will not be afraid. Thoughts of home take away my fear. Sweat and.

30 May marked the 71st anniversary of the end of WW2 and the 41st anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War. This has been used as a tribute to WWI and WWII troops as well as used in the movie We Were Soldiers. Lyrics: Lay me down in the cold cold ground where many before have gone. When they. For your search query Sgt Mackenzie We Were Soldiers Soundtrack With MP3 we have found songs matching your query but showing only top 10 results only (Due to API limit restrictions we cannot show you more than 10 results). Now we recommend you to Download first result Sgt Mackenzie We Were Soldiers. Chords for zie - Lay me down (Music Video) [Soundtrack to We Were Soldiers]. Play along with guitar, ukulele, or piano with interactive chords and diagrams. Includes transpose, capo hints, changing speed and much more.

29 Jun Sergeant Mackenzie is a beautiful song. It was written by Sergeant John Mackenzie's great grandson. Sergeant Mackenzie was bayoneted to death defending a badly injured soldier in the trenches of WWI. The song is sort of an English-Celtic mix, here are the lyrics- Lay me down, in the cold, cold ground.

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