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Wounded Warrior Honors Fellow Soldiers With a Powerful Original Song


“A Soldier’s Hand” is a reflective tribute to fellow soldiers, those living and those who’ve died, written and sung by PFC Trevor Crewey.

Crewey served six months in Afghanistan before being shot twice in his lower left leg in an ambush.

He writes:

“This is for all the soldiers who have died in this war and for the ones who are still fighting and their loved ones. SAPPERS LEAD THE WAY, AIRBORNE!!!!!!!!!!”

The Patriot Guard Riders, a volunteer, non-profit organization which ensures dignity and respect at memorial services honoring Fallen Military Heroes, First Responders and Honorably Discharged Veterans, helped welcome him home several years ago.

Here are some of the heartfelt lyrics:

This makes me who I am
Fighting to keep peace across the land
Old glory’s still flying
Liberty still stands
Don’t be scared to shake a soldier’s hand

Thank you Trevor Crewey for sharing your song and fighting to keep America safe.

Listen to the words and share this memorable song.