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  1. Check out The Decembrists: Soldiers' Chorus: Chorus of Soldiers from the Opera 'Decembrists' by The Red Army Choir on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free .
  2. Browse: Shaporin - Soldier's Song (from The Decembrists) This page lists all recordings of Soldier's Song (from The Decembrists) by Yuri Alexandrovich Shaporin (). Showing 1 - 2 of 2 results.
  3. Catch 22 Decembrists' Song Lyrics. sponsored links. Don't forget how we got here. We've built this on the backs of the unrewarded. They saved their sacrifice and died a fruitless death. So with my dying breath I beseech you, soldiers. Don't lose your nerve as you get older. The battle that you fight today is the most important.
  4. General CommentThis song was written as an imaginary speach that Trotsky (founder of the Red Army) may have given to his soldiers. The Decemeberists Struggle was a movement in the mid 19th century of pesants that stood up against the oppresive Czar. They were brutally crushed by the Czars forces.
  5. The Soldiers’ Song is hardly the most inspiring piece of music ever written if you ignore its historical connotations – the fact the only biography of Peadar devotes more time to describing.
  6. Ambling madly all over the town The call to arms, you're likened to a whisper I liken to a radio You were a brick bag a bowery tough, so rough They called you from a cartoon Pulled out of your pantaloons But You My brother in arms I'd rather I'd lose my limbs Than let you come to harm But You My bombazine doll The bullets may singe your skin And the mortars may fall But I I never felt so much.
  7. Check out Soldiers' Chorus From 'Decembrists' by The Red Army Choir on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on siorolarlainabanfuwaregespoicar.xyzinfo
  8. Dec 15,  · Ben Franklin's Song (Clean Version) Lyrics: Electricity / Yeah, you can all thank me / Took some lightning, a kite, and a fat brass key / And they're putting up streetlights in Gay Paris / You.

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