Who Sang True? The Soldiers

Release information
Release Date: 2010-10-25
length: 4:04
vocal: The Soldiers
composer: Gary Kemp
lyricist: Gary Kemp
So true funny how it seems
always in time but never in line for dreams
head over heels when toe to toe
this is the sound of my soul this is the sound

I bought a ticket to the world but now I've come back again
why do I find it hard to write the next line oh I want the truth to be said

I know this much is true... I know this much is true

With a thrill in my head and a pill on my tongue
dissolve the nerves that just begun
listening to Marvin (all night long)
this is the sound of my soul this is the sound

Always slipping from my hands sand's a time of its own
take your seaside arms and write the next line
oh I want the truth to be known

I know this much is true... I know this much is true

I've bought a ticket to the world but now I've come back again
why do I find it hard to write th next line oh I want the truth to be said

I know this much is true... I know this much is true... this much is true

This much is true this much is true
this much is true this much is true
this much is true this much is true

I know this much is true... I know this much is true
this much is true this much is true
I know I know I know this much is true
this much is true this much is true

This much is true this much is true
I know this much is true
this much is true this much is true
I know this much is true

This much is true this much is true
I know this much is true
I know I know I know this much is true
this much is true this much is true
I know this much is true

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 I Will Carry You
  • 2 Have I Told You Lately
  • 3 You're in My Heart
  • 4 Wonderful Tonight
  • 5 When a Man Loves a Woman
  • 6 Yesterday
  • 7 Great British Hero
  • 8 Your Song
  • 9 Everlasting Love
  • 10 You Are So Beautiful
  • 11 The Air That I Breathe
  • 12 True
  • 13 Requiem for a Soldier (Band of Brothers)
  • 14 You Raise Me Up
  • 15 Missing You
  • 16 Every Time We Say Goodbye
  • 17 Letters Home