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2004.12.20

A Soldier's Silent Night

'Twas the night before Christmas,
he lived all alone,
in a one bedroom house made of
plaster and stone.

I had come down the chimney
with presents to give
and to see just who
in this home did live.

[...]

Read the rest of the lyrics here while you listen to it here. This is an obvious adaptation of "Merry Christmas, My Friend," which I posted here, but it's very well done

Hat tips: Grims's Hall, Blackfive

******************** Update 2005-12-23 ********************

The links I posted last year no longer work. Instead, read the rest of the lyrics here while you listen  here, or read and listen here.

If the links I've posted quit working again please email me or leave a comment and I'll either locate new links or make the recording available on my site.

Posted by Bill Faith on December 20, 2004 at 11:31 AM in Christmas, Poetry | Permalink


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AS A VET OF DESERT STORM AND IRAQI FREEDOM ASOLDIERS SILENT NIGHT HITS ME IN THE HEART IT IS REALLY AGREAT POEM

Posted by: SSG RAY ALLLEY | Nov 22, 2006 10:33:12 PM

Could not open song or poem Soldiers Silent Night My husband heard it on 102*3 FM radio station in St Louis Mo and would really like to know where to by a cd or purchase a copy of it Thank you, Denise Frillman blstmi1@juno.com

Posted by: DENISE | Dec 16, 2008 9:48:27 AM

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