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Therell be bluebirds over
The white cliffs of Dover
Tomorrow
Just you wait and see
I'll never forget the people I met
Braving those angry skies
I remember well as the shadows fell
The light of hope in their eyes
And though I'm far away
I still can hear them say
Bombs up...
But when the dawn comes up
Therell be bluebirds over
The white cliffs of Dover
Tomorrow
Just you wait and see
Therell be love and laughter
And peace ever after
Tomorrow
When the world is free
The shepherd will tend his sheep
The valley will bloom again
And Jimmy will go to sleep
In his own little room again
Therell be bluebirds over
The white cliffs of Dover
Tomorrow
Just you wait and see
Therell be bluebirds over
The white cliffs of Dover
Tomorrow
Just you wait and see...



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    UnregisteredAug 12, 2012 at 7:39 pm
    Vera lynn sang this song to the british nation in the darkest days of w. W. 2 and helped defeat the nazis.
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    UnregisteredJun 23, 2012 at 12:41 am
    My sister- in- law is an english war bride, coming to america in1946 . My brother served four years in england. There were married in wicklewood, england. All wwii veterans love this. I just wish i could the music so i could play it on my paino.

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