Thursday, July 7, 2016

Somebody else posted a very sweet rendition of I'll Be Seeing You sung by Ken Lavigne. And, he posted images of WW2 soldiers, presumably Americans, but perhaps also British. That's whom it was written for. 

He even included the iconic photo of the seaman kissing the young nurse in Times Square in New York on VJ Day, which marked the complete end of the war. 

That may be the most famous kiss of all time, and reportedly, they didn't know each other. 

Here is the link to the song. WW2 was the last time heroism was possible for American soldiers and seamen because all the wars since then have not been righteous for us.

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