Song : The shores of Normandy LYRICS
Jim Radford (D-Day 70 years on (2019))
A veteran of the Normandy invasion, Jim Radford sings his own composition in remembrance of his crewmates and the thousands more who died on D-Day.
D-Day veteran Jim Radford, 90, has become an unexpected chart-topping sensation in the U.K. with a veterans' tribute song that's beating Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift and Justin Bieberin the singles chart.
Radford, who was just 15 during the D-Day landings, wrote his song, "Shores of Normandy," 50 years ago after returning to the site of D-Day on the 25th anniversary. The song's been re-released by the Normandy Memorial Trust for this year's 75th anniversary to raise funds for a new memorial on the beaches where the invasion took place.
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