Friday, May 13, 2005

Another Army Song

Training To Be Soldiers,
Fight For Our Land,
One In A Life,
Two Years Of Our Life.

Have You Ever Wonder,
Why We Must Serve,
Cause We Love Our Land,
And Want It To Be Free,
To Be Free.

Looking All Around Us,
People Everywhere,
Children Having Fun,
While We Are Holding Guns.

Have You Ever Wonder,
Why We Must Serve,
Cause We Love Our Land,
And Want It To Be Free,
To Be Free.


Download The Song Here

10 comments:

Kenny McCormick said...

I am a REC and this song has become a part and parcel of our lives and also for route marches.

Anyway, I would like to share a few articles in the blog. How can I be one of the writer for the blog?


Thanks a million

Edwin said...

just send a email to the blog owner. remember to include the 1st article.

兩鈖錢 said...

have you ever wonder,
why we must serve,
because we have no choice,
and we lan lan have to serve,
have to serve..

KwokSiong said...

"have you ever wondered,
why must we serve,
because we have no choice,
and we lan lan have to serve,
have to serve.."

we sang that for our route march once, and we were scolded badly by our platoon sergeant...he told us if we don't want to serve, we can just fuck off... and i was like "yea, right..."

kureshii said...

Everytime my BMT platoon sang that version my PC wasted no time reminding us that we are his 2nd last batch of recruits. Talk about rubbing salt in a wound. Our only consolation was that our NS duration was 2 months less than his.

兩鈖錢 said...

lol. during my bmt we sang it like almost everyday, but of cause at a correct time correct places haha.

My sgt did not say anything then. Maybe they have the same feeling as we had.

Agagooga said...

"Our only consolation was that our NS duration was 2 months less than his."

But you didn't know that at the time :0

chrischoo said...

Edwin I can imagine the youthful optimism you have since you've not been subjected to NS yet. I promise you that once you're inside your view of the world will change... A LOT!

I kinda liked the distorted version of this song since it was something like a consolation for those long dreary route marches in BMT.

Terrence said...

training to be soldiers
clerk or driver also can
once in our life
two years of our lives


I can't remember the rest of the song that we spoofed, or the other songs that we spoofed. but. hey. sure brings back a laugh every now and then.

kachuaz said...

army daze~!

haha.