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Charles K. Wolfe, James Edward Akenson - 2005 - 250 pages
|Our dear old mother's heads are hanging low, Got our orders to Korea we must |
go, So mothers don't be sad, They've done ... "Old Soldiers Never Die," was
based on MacArthur's comment "Old soldiers never die, they just fade away,"
which he ...
Charles Clay Doyle, Wolfgang Mieder, Fred R. Shapiro - 2012 - 294 pages
|Old soldiers never die (they just fade away). 1916 Bruce Bairnsfather, Bullets e( |
Billets (London: Grant Richards) 52—53: “Occasionally, in the silent, still, foggy
mornings, a voice from somewhere in the alluvial depths of a miserable trench, ...
|Beefsteak we never see, damn-all sugar for our tea And we are gradually fading |
away. Old soldiers never die, Never die, never die, Old soldiers never die They
just fade away. In 1951 a former West Point cadet who had become General ...
- 168 pages
|"Old soldiers never die; they just fade away." In less time than it takes to blow taps|
, recording companies, crooners and arrangers were breaking their necks to be
the first out with records of the nearly forgotten tune. Within 36 hours disk jockeys
|494 old soldiers never die Old pros on different sides of the political fence know |
of one another, and are sometimes ... the most popular barracks ballads of that
day which proclaimed most proudly that old soldiers never die; they just fade
|When. General Douglas MacArthur retired from the military in 1951, he |
declaimed the famous line “Old soldiers never die—they just fade away.” But five-
star generals are not the only ones who never say die: • Old librarians never die
|associated with the wearing of such a tie, especially conservatism and group |
loyalty. old sins cast long shadows ... of the most popular barracks ballads of that
day, which proclaimed most proudly that old soldiers never die; they just fade
|In his speech, he remarked that "Old soldiers never die. They just fade away. . . " |
audience jumped to its feet, shouting, clapping, and pounding on desks.
MacArthur, standing tall, strode down the aisle. The General told of the war in
|That was true of all the convoy's ships, including Stalingrad, but in Thermopylae's |
case, they'd opted to utilize the space for heavy construction and earth-moving
equipment, some of ... "'Old soldiers never die, they just fade away,'" he'd said.
|TO FADE AWAY ASSIGNMENT: Paraphrase MacArthur'squotation fromthesong “|
Old Soldiers Never Die, They Just Fade Away” to apply to elderly medical types.
EXAMPLES: Old ophthalmologists never die—they just lose contact.