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Saturday, 27 January 2018

"Bring Him Home". Dedicated To Families Who Sacrifice To Preserve Freedom.

Illustration: TACTICAL

"Bring Him Home".
From "Les Misérables".
By: The Piano Guys.
Available on YouTube at

One Commenter on YouTube wrote:

I must add one further note - my husband and I speak ASL (American Sign Language) and this piece interprets so beautifully with the hands - it is just a lovely piece to sign and you play with such empathy and compassion - I cannot get all the way through the piece without crying - but, that's OK - tears are a universal language also, especially happy tears. Thank you again.

"Bring Him Home".

Original music by Claude-Michel Schönberg.
Arrangement produced by Jon Schmidt,
Steven Sharp Nelson and Al van der Beek.
Arrangement written by Jon Schmidt and Steven Sharp Nelson.
Piano recorded by Chuck Myers and Jake Bowen at Big Idea Studio. Cello recorded by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios.
Piano: Jon Schmidt.
Cellos: Steven Sharp Nelson.
Mixed and Mastered by Al van der Beek at TPG Studios.

Words to "Bring Him Home".

God on High
Hear my Prayer 
In my need
You have always been there

He is young 
He's afraid 
Let him rest 
Heaven Blessed

Bring him home 
Bring him home 
Bring him home 

He's like the son I might have known
If God had granted me a son
The Summers die
One by one 
How soon they fly 
On and on 
And I am old 
And will be gone

Bring him Peace 
Bring him Joy 
He is young 
He is only a boy 

You can take 
You can give 
Let him be 
Let him live 
If I die, let me die 
Let him live

Bring him home
Bring him home
Bring him home

Words by Herbert Kretzmer and Alain Boublil.

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