JOHN CONLEE


They Also Serve Lyrics

She kisses little Katie’s forehead as she turns out the
light.
The night ahead in a lonely bed, she’s a Military Wife.
She pushes back a tear, then sinks into a chair.
Her mind says that’s the way it is, her heart says it
ain’t fair.
She knows the price of sacrifice, but she’s proud to
take her place
in that unsung corps of warriors that stay behind and
wait.

They also serve, those who stand and wait.
Praying by the phone to learn their loved ones fate.
But they’re still in the war, let there be no mistake.
They also serve, those who stand and wait.

Jake climbs on a school bus, marches bravely to his
seat,
His dad’s not home to say so long like his friends
along the street.
He has to be the man at home, as long as daddy’s gone,
He promised him the day he left, that he’d be brave and
strong.
So he tells his little sister, don’t you worry Daddy’s
coming home.
He’s 8 years old, he’s a Soldier’s son, and he can hold
his own!

They also serve those who stand and wait.
Praying by the phone to learn their loved ones fate.
But they’re still in the war, let there be no mistake.
They also serve those who stand and wait.

Mothers and fathers
Daughters and sons
They don’t wear a uniform or carry a gun
But they’re still in the war

They also serve those who stand and wait.
Praying by the phone to learn their loved ones fate.
But they’re still in the war, let there be no mistake.
They also serve those who stand and wait.

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