Little Soldiers

Little Soldiers

"Little Soldiers"

Nashville recording artist and veteran
Jeff Wade Clark has a hit recording in the making with his self-penned song, "Little Soldiers." Early response to this new single record has been tremendous, especially with the military wives. Brandy Francis who emailed Jeff says, "My husband is currenty in Iraq. We have a 3 year old daughter. When I hear this song it makes me cry tears of joy, but at the same time tears of sadness." There is passion in each song that Jeff writes and sings. Jeff says, "I'm not going to sing or write a song that doesn't touch your heart." When you hear "Little Soldiers," your heart will be greatly touched.

You can download your free copy of
"Little Soldiers." by visiting Jeff's Web site. Jeff's new compact disc, "Six String" can also be purchased on his Web site. For each purchase of his "Six String" CD, Jeff will donate $1.00 to the Fallen Heroes Last Wish Foundation. Be sure and check out their noble cause on their Web site.

"Little Soldiers", single record will be arriving first at the country radio stations in your area. If you don't hear it, call your station and request it. If the radio station doesn't have the single, email Jeff at his Website, and he'll make sure the station gets a copy. We want everyone to enjoy this great music from Jeff Wade Clark.

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Little Soldiers (click to play)
Album: Six String
Track: 5


A little boy sits playing with his toy soldiers
The ones that his daddy bought for him
He’s too young to understand the price we pay for freedom
He still worries about his daddy in a foreign land

Momma said don’t worry everything will be alright
While your daddy’s gone keep one thing in mind

(Chorus)
You’re my little soldier, Rock steady and strong
Keep marching on in the worst of times
You’re my little solder brave until the end
There’s no medal to award your sacrifice
Thank God for the little soldiers in our lives

The months slowly pass and the war is getting longer
The letters have stopped coming in
Momma see’s a stream a tears rolling down his little cheek
She wipes them away with a gentle hand

Momma said don’t worry everything will be alright
While your daddy’s gone keep one thing in mind

You’re my little soldier, Rock steady and strong
Keep marching on in the worst of times
You’re my little solder brave until the end
There’s no medal to award your sacrifice
Thank God for the little soldiers in our lives

A year has passed and the war is finally over
Daddy still hasn’t made it home
We received a phone call and momma fell to her knees
It was daddy’s voice on the telephone

He said I told you not worry everything would be alright
I had my little soldiers watching over me each night

You’re my little soldier, Rock steady and strong
You kept marching on in the worst of times
You’re my little solder brave until the end
There’s no medal to award your sacrifice
Thank God for the little soldiers in our lives