British Military Wives Sing for their Servicemen

The Military Wives Choir
Wherever You Are

Wherever You Are is a moving love song written by Royal Wedding composer Paul Mealor for the choir to sing at The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance. The music is set to a poem compiled from letters to and from the servicemen and their wives on a 6-month tour of duty in Afghanistan. It is the raw emotion of the song that has touched so many of the British public.  Gateway Pundit

You can purchase the song at Amazon.

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4 Responses to British Military Wives Sing for their Servicemen

  1. Mike says:

    Got to work with some Brit sailors yrs ago, some on the biggest pain the butt best group of sailors i had the pleasure to work with. I could not be more proud of the men and women that serve today, Amazing young men and women the bunch of them. But also the amazing men and women and familes back home doing the equally hard jobs of keeping the home fires burning and dealing with the unknown many times, homefront heroes each and every one.

  2. Lori Heine says:

    They are our friends, our allies — and they’ve been on our side in every war for nearly two hundred years (1812 was a glitch). Their cause is our cause: freedom and dignity for all.

    This is a time when it’s especially important for the U.S. to remember who our friends are — Britain, Israel, all who stand with us. And more than ever before, we need to stand strong with them.

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