Harry's Song

Harry's Song

Two Squared (Shaz & Bill)


Rocco said...

really touching Bill! Imagines join well with the sad song. I imagine, between the parts of your song, also some slow bagpipes and drums. It should sound nice, I guess.
P.S. what does it mean "grumpy old git's gap trip"?
unable to translate

PFC Benjamin Kaplow said...

Soulful melody and tender lyrics - so appropriate for any soldier off to war. A great extension of Harry's blog and book. Congratulations


Martin Collar said...

Sad and soulful, Bill, but as the grumpy old git's gap year finished with him still intact (and cooking!) perhaps there should be a follow up with some cheerful overtones! It is beautifully sung and performed, however. Well done on the blog, a superb piece of hard work, which I have told my friends to read. Best wishes,

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Born in August 1887 in Awsworth Notts, to Henry and Sarah Lamin. Elder Sisters Catherine (Kate), Mary Esther and Sarah Anne(Annie) and Elder brother John (Jack). Educated at Awsworth Board School, just outside Ilkeston, Derbyshire, England. I served with honour in the 9th Battalion York & Lancaster Regiment seeing front line action in Flanders and Northern Italy from the end of 1916 to January 1920.