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Desc:for Armistice Day
Category:Military, Horror
Tags:Pogues, WWI, Gallipoli, Suvla Bay, Armistice Day
Submitted:zatojones
Date:11/12/07
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Comment count is 8
GoneGirl
God love you, John Williamson. It's oddly cool that the most famous versions of this son are sung by the Irish.
ztc
It was written by a Scotsman.

TimbolinoBilchard
A Scotsman who lived in Australia.

Also, this song would be much better for ANZAC Day.

gotterdamm
No Pogues tag?
gotterdamm
Awesome. Thanks.

sheikurbouti
"And we buried ours, and [they] buried theirs, and we started all over again."
ScrubbingBubbles
One of the most poignant lines ever sung about war. A great song about a horrible war.

petep
Atatürk was a fucking stand-up guy, huh.
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