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    Anzac Poem - Sir

    Sir - would it help if I shed a tear
    I swear itís the first time since this time last year
    My spine is a tingle - my throat is all dry
    As I stand to attention for all those who died
    I watch the flag dancing half way down the pole
    That damn bugle player sends chills to my soul
    I feel the pride and the sorrow - thereís nothing the same
    As standing to attention on ANZAC Day
    So Sir - on behalf of the young and the free
    Will you take a message when you finally do leave
    To your mates that are lying from Tobruk to the Somme
    The legend of your bravery will always live on
    Iíve welcomed Olympians back to our shore
    Iíve cheered baggy green caps and watched Wallabies score
    But when I watch you marching (Sir) in that parade
    I know these are the memories that never will fade
    So Sir - on behalf of the young and the free
    Will you take a message when you finally do leave
    Itís the least we can do (Sir) to repay the debt
    Weíll always remember you - Lest We Forget
    Damian (Dib) Morgan 1998
    1x Dm7000, 2x Dm500 SD
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