The author's message is: Be respect to the soldiers that have fought for you. If they didn't fought for you, you probably wouldn't have freedom and a good life today.
what's the matter with you?
looks like you have nothing to do, what's the point of doing this????
grammar, sir. grammar. :)
dude, give a little respect:
Eric, if you want to post something make it meaningful not stuff like what?, good, nice , okay etc.
lol to you
lo back again
lol back to you again
Let's make the biggest quote ever!
PS. This is going to turn into a spamfest
Have you even bothered to listen to the song ? It's a very powerful song with a slightly sad meaning and is about Rwanda, Somalia etc and all the wars and troubles they have had to go through.
Are you kidding me? Of course I listened to the song. Our school did it for winter concert!!!
eric, would you post some helpful comments?
I meant Stephen not you.
John, I would actually like to thank you. Because I take this kind of things very serious since my school has done an assembly on African Heritage, and each class is supposed to choose a country to do. Our class chose Somalia, because of K'naan, who is from Somalia. I definitely agree that this is a song that we should all give respect to. This is a very powerful song.