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Soldiers Of Peace Lyrics

Soldiers Of Peace by Crosby, Stills, Nash (And Young)  

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Soldiers Of Peace (3:43)
Written by Graham Nash, Craig Doerge & Joe Vitale, Published by Nashnotes,
Fair Star Music, Marinara Music (c) 1987. Recorded September 16th, 1988.

Soldiers of peace are not fighting a war
Are not looking for enemies behind every door
Are not looking for people to kill or to maim.
Soldiers of peace are just changing the game.

Men who were fighting for all of our lives
Are now fighting for children, for homes and for wives,
Fighting for the memory of all who fell before,
But the soldiers of peace just can't kill any more.

So come all you warriors who live for the fight,
Come listen to somebody, someone who might
Have been there before you and they have the right,
They've been dying to tell you the score.
The old warriors don't want you to hurt any more.

Soldiers of peace can still hear the cries
When the people were screaming and losing their lives,
When bodies were broken and spirits were torn
The soldiers of peace do not want you to mourn.

So come all you warriors who live for the fight,
Come listen to somebody, someone who might
Have been there before you and they have the right,
They've been dying to tell you the score.
The old warriors don't want you to hurt any more.

Soldiers of peace are not fighting a war.
No more! No more! No more! No more!


Lead Vocal: Graham Nash
Drums: Joe Lala
Bass: Bob Glaub
Acoustic Guitar: Stephen Stills
Electric Guitar: Neil Young
Keyboards: Michael Finnigan and Joe Vitale
Additional Vocals: Michael Finnigan
Additional synth programming: Rhett Lawrence.

Last Chorus Sung By: The Volume Dealers Choir: Kelly Ashmore, Betsy Aubrey,
Tom Banghart, Cha Blevins, Niko Bolas, Craig Doerge, Scott Gordon, R. Mac
Holbert, Stanley Johnston, Bill Krause, Debbie Meister, Tim Mulligan, Graham
And Susan Nash, Jay Parti, Steve Perry, Vince Slaughter, Stephen Stills, Joe
Vitale, Neil Young, Paul Williamson. Thanks to the voices for their studio time.



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