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The Pogues

The Band Played Waltzing Matilda (8:09)

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  • Breathtaking.
  • "Never knew there were worse things than dying" [2]
  • I would be inclined to ignore the statement below me.Go read a book or two...
  • Bloody Turks. May the memory of Britain's Colonial soldiers never fade. Remember the sacrifices our grandparents and great grandparents made for our freedom, if they had not fought, we'd all be speaking German and Japanese right now.
  • First time I listened to this, I felt like I was slapped in the face. Repeatedly. With grenades.
  • "Never knew there were worse things than dying"
  • Oh hang on, that was another Waltzing Matilda, I think by Rolf Harris?
  • Great version of this Pogues song, which finally made me realise the children's song (as I thought it in my childhood) was actually a dark and sinister protest song speaking of war and the pity of war with great eloquence.
  • "Christ, I wished I was dead..." Amazing track - as others have said, it sums up the futility and fucked-up-ed-ness of war. One of my favourite Pogues tunes (and I love the Pogues).
  • I will 3rd that! Proud of our heros! F the leaders!!! Very well said.

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