To All The War Vets and to Our Armed Forces and Their Families God has granted me this song to sing and record in 2004 to write about a man from MB Canada of the 1st Nations of Peguis. His name: Sgt Tommy Prince one of the most decorated Soldiers after the 2nd World War in Canada. He lost his battle not on the lands of Europe But on the Streets of Winnipeg MB Canada. The Story is tragic as I have seen many lose live to the disease of alcoholism.
This song is much more than just about the Man. It is the Story of How People look at others for what they look like. Not who they were or are. The Prejudice runs wild as the disease of alcoholism or worse. God Bless Us All For The Way We Look At Others.
Maybe If We Only asked about their story or pondered on the possibilities.
To All Troops In The Field and their Loved Ones. All God Grant Us Peace.
From Raymond Allan Kuran http://www.raymondallankuran.com
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Tall Man 2004
Written by: Raymond Allan Kuran
Tall man walk the short road, look into the moonlight and watch his shadow go. He moves alone on a deserted street, the one where most people will not be seen. The one where most people will not be seen.
He sleeps in the daylight and moves around in the middle of the night. He moves around in the middle of the night. And if you seen him you would scream, and if you did he would linger on in your dreams. And if you did he would linger on in your dreams.
He does not beg, borrow nor steal. He's not a demon that chills the warm breeze you feel. He's not a demon that chills the warm breeze you feel.
He was a soldier sent of to fight for your freedom and your rights. For your freedom and your rights. He was the hero of time ago, all dressed in shinney medals made of gold. All dressed in shinney medals made of gold.
Written by Raymond Allan Kuran
Copyrights S.A.C 2004