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Billy-Dont Be A Hero

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  1. "Billy don't be a hero Don't be a fool with your life. Billy don't be a hero Come back and make me your wife" And as they started to go She said "keep your pretty head low" "Billy don't be a hero, come back to me." The soldier blues are trapped on a hillside The battle raging all .
  2. Billy, don't be a hero, come back to me" I heard his fiancee got a letter That told how Billy died that day The letter said that he was a hero She should be proud he died that way.
  3. Murray and Callander had half-written a song called "Billy Don't Be a Hero" when Peter's wife Connie saw Paper Lace win a talent contest on the television series Opportunity Knocks. The writers/producers were looking for a strong lead singer to record the story-song and contacted the group through the Opportunity Knocks production office.. Paper Lace passed the audition, and Murray and.
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  5. The marching band came down along Main Street The soldier blues fell in behind I looked across and there I saw Billy Waiting to go and join the line And with her head upon his shoulder His young and lovely fiancée From where I stood I saw she was cryin' And through her tears I heard her say: "Billy, don't be a hero Don't be a fool with your life Billy, don't be a hero Come back and make me your wife" And as .
  6. Jan 26,  · Words By Peter Callander Music by Mitch Murray / Intro: C Cmaj7 C Cmaj7 C Cmaj7 / whistling C - Cmaj7 - Dm - G - G7 - C / riff 1: v v v v v | | /5(21).
  7. Billy, Don’t Be A Hero was written by Mitch Murray and Peter Callander. The song is about a man named Billy who joins the Army despite his fiancee’s worries & ends up being killed in action. It was.
  8. May 22,  · “Billy, Don’t Be A Hero” is supposed to be an eternal story of military sacrifice, the kind of thing that can apply all across history. It’s not, of course. It’s an incoherent delusion, and it’s.

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