Barry Wake's 'Tomorrow's Sun'
Ian Walker's 'Flying High'
Paul Openshaw's 'Nightingale'
Ron Trueman-Border's 'Raging Sea' & 'Death Of A Soldier'
and a wee bitty poem from a time when heroes weren't measured by how much they earned for kicking a ball, how many records they got in the charts or how many 'Jordans' they bedded......
Go and pin your medals on! Be proud! They're yours to wear
Pull your shoulders back a bit! Let the youngsters stare!
They're yours to wear by right of war; by service to the crown
They are symbols that you never let your country down
Wear them proudly on your chest and let who will deride
They are yours by right of war so carry them with pride