A Hun­dred Years Gone By

Black Country Bugle - - NEWS - By Robert Plant

The year is 1918, At last the car­nage has ended Slaugh­ter­ing of men for peace Was now de­fended

For four long years men fought, were wounded or died. Then at last, the price of peace was made with pride.

Now a hun­dred years has passed And still we re­mem­ber That won­drous day, 11th Novem­ber Alas, though peace came at that thank­ful time It didn’t last and life of­ten wasn’t fine.

Through­out the world there was and still is strife Peo­ple are still get­ting killed or maimed for life. Why can’t peo­ple live to­gether In friend­ship and peace So that all world­wide strife can cease?

But we must all re­mem­ber and hon­our Re­mem­brance Day And try to live life hap­pily in ev­ery way

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