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Uploaded on May 25, 2011
It seems that war is the American way of life. The U.S. is the world's largest manufacturer of weapons, munitions, war vehicles and accessories for waging war-- and we're not afraid to use them. There are only brief stretches of time during our lifetime that we have NOT been at war. Some say it is the price we pay for our freedom. But who is actually paying the price? This song traces the plight of those who are sent to do our battles on our behalf: the young men, who, generation after generation, march obediently into whatever conflagration America becomes embroiled in, just or unjust. In the MIddle East, in Vietnam, on the beach at Normandy in WWII, they sacrifice themselves. Perhaps it will always be like this, yet all these young men share the same hope: to be able to escape the horror of war and return home.