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"Warriors in the Night"

It was my honor to write “Warriors in the Night” about them and to let them know that there are still some Americans that appreciate what they do. These heroes are a "cut above" and America is blessed to have these unique warriors on our side! So to all the Special Operators, please enjoy my song dedicated to you and know that you will never be forgotten. I pray God’s richest blessings and protection on these warriors and their families.

About the author:

I have been a Special Forces wife for more than 30 years. Through those exciting years, I have watched Special Operators come and go while doing their jobs with little recognition. Most people will never know what they do or where they go. The Special Operations community is a close-knit family, and I have been honored to not only live with a Special Operator for many years, but to have met and gotten to know many of these guys.

Read more: https://www.terribrumit.com/Home_Page.html.

 

blcassady

August 28, 2011 - 2:02am

I listened to the previews of your songs Terri and all I can say is, "WOW", what an honor they do the men and women of the special forces. I will be buying your CD soon. Your link doesn't work though, until you get to your home page, so here is the link to your home page for fellow legionnaires to check out if they want to: www dot terribrumit dot com. They can type this link into the browser and then click on your 'My Music" link and get to your songs.

Old Soldier Still Serving

September 6, 2011 - 12:54am

As I listened to Terri's music I am struck by the realism she has captured in her words. Why is it not on the radio? Every American should listen to it as a tribute to our military heroes. The website is www dot terribrumit dot com and she donates much of the proceeds to the wounded and the fallen so please support her music. Terri when are you publishing a new album? Please do it soon!

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