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Soldier, We Love You

“Soldier, we love you” is a song by Rita Martinson about a young black soldier who refused his orders to kill in Vietnam. He thought that before we begin to preach and leave our countries to spread the word, that we better clean up our mess at home…

Soldier, We Love You
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