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Review

November, 12th 2016
Military song that lasts a little more than 1 minute, interrupted by the sound of falling bombs from artillery raids. It does not have the enthusiasm, which is expected to hear if the main character having tears in the eyes performing it (in the clip for the song, which is part of the movie actually). And we understand that he has played his emotions well, but performers of music did not do the best. The genre is army march. Reference: 'White Christmas': A Look Back with Rosemary Clooney (2000)

The Old Man lyrics

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The Old Man Song Lyrics


We’ll follow the old man wherever he wants to go
As long as he wants to go opposite to the foe
We’ll stay with the old man wherever he wants to stay
As long he stays away from the battle’s fray
Because we love him, we love him
Especially when he keeps us on the ball
And we’ll tell the kiddies we answer duties' call
With the grandest son of a soldier of them all
Attention! Attention!
Gee, I wish I was back in the army
The army wasn’t really bad at all
Three meals a day for which you didn’t pay
Uniforms for winter, spring and fall
There’s a lot to be said for the army
The life without responsibility
A soldier out of luck was never really stuck
There’s always someone higher up where you can pass the buck
Oh, gee, I wish I was back in the army
Gee, I wish I was back in the army
The army was the place to find romance
Soldiers and WAC’s the WAC’s who dressed in slacks
Dancing cheek to cheek and pants to pants
There’s a lot to be said for the army
The best of doctors watched you carefully
A dentist and a clerk, for weeks and weeks they’d work
They make a thousand dollar job and give it to a jerk
Oh, gee, I wish I was back in the army
Three meals a day for which you didn’t pay
I thought that I was through with all my care and strife
But after months and months of the civilian life
Gee, I wish I was back in the army now!