Thanks for all you kind words, suggestions and lyrics.
CB, your song sounds wonderful, but Brave Wolfe was the tune that burred into me decades ago.
Someone said it was historically inaccurate. As an American, with a less than ideal knowledge of Canadian history, I don't understand. The song may have taken some license with the charater of Wolfe, but there's not enough "history" in it to be accurate, or so I think. They met. They fought. They died. The city changed hands.
That happened in the song. And on the Plains of Abraham. Can someone point out what's missing or wrong?