Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 11, 2005
Amidst all the news about the war in Iraq, is the online debut of the Iraq Song (http://www.theiraqsong.com), a new digital track available for free download that recaps the war from the perspective of an American soldier. The song is performed by an unknown artist who Ârepresents the many artists world-wide with talent, but no fame.Â
The tune is actually very creative; ItÂs a mid-tempo ballad with a R&B/pop feel to it, but the poetic lyrics are what make it most captivating. The song is very timely - being that itÂs released during a period when many American soldiers are, not only at war with Iraq, but at war with their consciences.
One part of the song, goes:
"Here I am in this foreign land, trying to fight a war I just donÂt understand."
"I know that a soldier is supposed to stand tall, but its hard to stand when youÂre watching soldiers fall."
"Warfare all around me, and IÂm afraid day and night, and IÂm even second-guessing if what IÂm doing is even right."
ItÂs no secret that to-date, hundreds of American soldiers have denounced BushÂs decision to invade Iraq. In fact, some have openly expressed their disapproval of the war to the media. Apparently, this new track is now their public voice.
To hear the song for free, interested ones can visit http://www.theiraqsong.com
TV or Radio stations interested in playing the song on-air, can download a high-quality version of the song as well.
Music fans are invited to email their opinions about the song.
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