A 90-year-old D-Day veteran whose song about the invasion of World War II sold above-average titles by artists such as Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran on the Amazon single-listing, said he was "overwhelmed" According to a report of the answer.
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"I didn''t know when I left that my first trip will be the invasion of Europe," he told ABC. "The song is meant to commemorate the brave boys who have not returned."
"I did not know when I left that my first trip would be the invasion of Europe. The song is meant to remind the brave boys that did not come back. "
Radford said in the heat of the fight that you do not think of king, country or democracy, you are thinking," My companions depend on you "That has stayed with me."
"Everyone who was in Normandy, we all feel so connected," he added.
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"We knew that many would not return," it says in a line in the song, "but all our hearts were true. Because we traveled to Normandy, where we had a job to do. "