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Somewhere in France, in a soldiers grave | 16-May-14

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Somewhere in France, in a soldiers grave
Lies our dear one amongst the brave
God how mysterious and strange are Thy ways
To take our dear son in the best of his days
His cheerful smile, his loving face, are pleasant to recall
He always had a kindly word and died beloved by all
Friends may think that we forget, when at times they see us smile
But they little know the sorrow that smile hides all the while.

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