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Till They Came Home
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Till They Came Home Written and recorded by Rhonda Vincent
C F Times were hard but they were fun in 1941 C The year that Jim and Catherine fell in love
They were graduating college
Their heads were full of knowledge F C And visions of taking on the world Dm G7 But Uncle Sam and those Pearl Harbor bombs Dm G7 Pulled Jim away from Catherine's arms
C F Then along came Vietnam in 1961 C The year that Bob and Mandy said I do
They bought a house outside the city
Everything was sitting pretty F C But again old Uncle Sam said I need you Dm G7 Bob said Mandy honey I'll be back Dm G7 Don't you worry you can count on that
C F And as the headlines rolled every mother prayed C F G7 Every father laid awake the whole night through C F Every brother bragged every sister cried C F G7 C F C Every hometown across this land held on till they came home
F Times were hard but they were fun in 1991 C The year that John and Sally said goodbye
He held two kids in his arms
As she left for Desert Storm F C John could see the sadness in her eyes Dm G7 He watched her sail away in navy blue Dm G7 Up on the quarter deck in full salute
Am F Am C Some came home as heroes proud to be back Am F Dm G7 Some came home as heroes covered with the flag
F G7 C Every hometown across this land holds on till they come home
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