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Family's gathered on a clear Sunday morn
To worship in the house of the Lord
As evil rode out of the blue skies
Before the day was end many had died

Grandpa told me the story many of times
Of what happened on that fateful day
December Seventh Nineteen Forty-One
The world forever changed war had begun

A mighty dragon had awoke a sleeping giant
Who called his most finest against this foe
Needing the almighty to be on there side
After all freedom is more then just pride

Far to many never again returned home
Never knew nor saw their victorious parades
Yet their heroics and heroism will be remembered
By those who were there and family members

As well as upon generations to come
They'll bow in prayers for these sons
Fought against a tide as strong as any sea
So the world could unceasingly be free


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