Does anyone know the rest of this marching cadence?

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Does anyone know the rest of this marching cadence?

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  • As with every cadence, there are many versions and everyone who sings them does so slightly differently though the core of it is still the same. Here is one take on it.

    It’s Alright, It’s Okay

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    Heyy-eyy-heyy-eyy.

    Hey-ey-a-eyy-yay.

    Its alright it’s alright

    It’s alright it’s okay.

    Remember JFK

    He tried to lead the way

    But he was shot one day

    In the early morning.

    Heyy-eyy-heyy-eyy.

    Hey-ey-a-eyy-yay.

    Its alright it’s alright

    It’s alright it’s okay.

    Remember MLK

    He tried to change the world

    But he was shot one day

    In the early morning.

    Heyy-eyy-heyy-eyy.

    Hey-ey-a-eyy-yay.

    Its alright it’s alright

    It’s alright it’s okay.

    On a side note, this is my favorite marching cadence simply because everytime it is sung, it makes me think of how many millions of times this story has unfolded in our nation’s history.

    Somewhere theres a soldier,

    He’s fighting overseas,

    He’s an airborne ranger,

    Just doing his duty.

    But don’t you shed no tears,

    He don’t want your sympathy,

    Cause he’s an airborne ranger,

    Thats all he wants to be.

    Somewhere theres a mother,

    She’s crying in her hands,

    Her sons an airborne ranger,

    Just doing his duty.

    But don’t you shed no tears,

    He don’t want your sympathy,

    Cause he’s an ariborne ranger,

    Thats all he wants to be.

    Somewhere theres a father,

    He’s proud as can be,

    His son’s an airborne ranger,

    Just doing his duty.

    But don’t you shed him no tears,

    He don’t want your sympathy,

    Cause he’s an airborne ranger,

    Thats all he wants to be.

    One day there came a letter,

    And a knock upon the door,

    It said sorry to inform ya,

    But your ranger is no more,

    But don’t you shed no tears,

    He don’t want your sympathy,

    Cause he’s an airborne ranger,

    Thats all he wanted to be.

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    Does anyone know the rest of this marching cadence?

    I heard this once at Camp Dawson during YLC. The part I can remember goes “they tried to change the world, but they died that day. It’s alright it’s alright. It’s alright it’s okay” i cannot remember the rest

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    I always liked this one. It sounds awesome with a big group of people singing it. It is meant to be a marching cadence. IN THE EARLY MORNING RAIN Got a letter in the mail Go to war or go to jail Got a letter in the mail In the early morning rain I packed my bags, I kissed my wife And headed for the Army life I packed my bags, I kissed my wife In the early morning rain I told my son not to cry But I had tears in my eyes I told my son not to cry In the early morning rain With my weapon in my hand And a pocket full of sand With my weapon in my hand In the early morning rain Got the enemy to my front And the ocean to my rear Wounded dying’s all I hear In the early morning rain As I’m laying here to rest Caught a bullet in the chest Even though I’ve done my best In the early morning rain Tell my darling not to cry Cause I’ll never say good-bye Tell my darling not to cry In the early morning rain Many a soldier will die today Guess there’s nothing left to say So our children, they can play In the early morning rain Yes, now Sergeant I can see Why this training’s good for me Forever more we will be free In the early morning rain

  • It s alright, it s alright

    Everything is alright

    It s okay it s okay

    Everything is okay

    Remember Concord

    Remember Valley Forge

    Our fathers fought

    and our nation was born

    Chorus:

    Hey Hey Hey Hey

    Hey Everyday

    It s alright, It s okay

    Everything is okay

    Remember World War One

    Remember Vietnam

    Our brothers died

    and our mothers cried

    (Chorus)

    Remember JFK

    Remember MLK

    They paved the way

    for better days

    (Chorus)

    Repeat chorus as many times as you like.

    Be advised: New verses have been added to include more recent events. However these are the lyrics we sung back in 1999.

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