Citizen/Soldier
"Citizen/Soldier" is a single by the American alternative rock band 3 Doors Down from their self-titled album 3 Doors Down. The song was released as a single in November 2007 in conjunction with a rec...
Soviet Tankmen's Song
The Soviet Tankmen's Song is a popular Russian song, the final variant of which was popularized by the Soviet 1968 film Na Voine kak na Voine, about the crew of an SU-85 self-propelled gun. The song h...
Suicide Is Painless
“Song from M*A*S*H (Suicide Is Painless)” is a song written by Johnny Mandel (music) and Mike Altman (lyrics), which was the theme song for both the movie and TV series M*A*S*H. Mike Altman is the son...
Anchors Aweigh
"Anchors Aweigh" is the fight song of the United States Naval Academy, and as a result, the song is strongly associated with the United States Navy. It was composed in 1906 by Charles A. Zimmermann wi...
Military Anthem of the Eighth Route Army
The Military Anthem of the Eighth Route Army (Chinese: 八路军军歌, Chinese: 八路軍軍歌,Chinese: Bālùjūn Jūngē) is a patriotic song of the People's Republic of China, since Eighth Route Army is a spe...
Cultural influence of Gilbert and Sullivan
For the past 135 years or so, Gilbert and Sullivan have pervasively influenced popular culture in the English-speaking world. Lines and quotations from the Gilbert and Sullivan operas have become par...
Song of the Soviet Army
The Song of the Soviet Army (Russian: Песня о Советской Армии, Pesnya o Sovetskoj Armii) or Invincible and Legendary was a famous World War II song written and performed at the war's end. Its per...
In the Army Now (song)
"In the Army Now" is a song by the South African-born Dutch duo Rob and Ferdi Bolland, recorded in 1981. The song spent 6 consecutive weeks on the top of the Norwegian singles chart. The song was also...
Teki Wa Ikuman
Teki Wa Ikuman 敵は幾万 (Thousands of enemies may come) is a famous Japanese war song. It was composed by Koyama Sakunosuke, and its lyrics were written by Yamada Bimyosai in the end of 19th century.
Soldier (Harvey Andrews song)
Soldier is a song written and recorded by Harvey Andrews in 1972.The song was inspired by an event which happened in Belfast, Northern Ireland. In 1971 Sergeant Michael Willetts of 3 PARA cleared a ro...
Goober Peas
"Goober Peas" is a traditional folk song probably originating in the Southern United States. It was popular with Confederate soldiers during the American Civil War, and is still sung frequently in the...
Marines' Hymn
The "Marines' Hymn" is the official hymn of the United States Marine Corps. It is the oldest official song in the United States Armed Forces. The "Marines' Hymn" is typically sung at the position of a...
Belgium Put the Kibosh on the Kaiser
Belgium Put the Kibosh on the Kaiser was a popular British patriotic song of the First World War. It was first recorded on 6 October 1914 by Mark Sheridan. The song refers to the 1914 campaign in Belg...
March of the Soviet Tankmen
March of the Soviet Tankmen (Russian: Марш советских танкистов, Marsh Sovetskikh Tankistov) is a military march composed in 1939 by the Pokrass brothers with lyrics by Laskin. It was commonly used...
White Army, Black Baron
The Red Army is the Strongest (Красная Армия всех сильней, Krasnaja Armija vsekh silnej), popularly known as "White Army, Black Baron," is a marching song written by Pavel Grigorevich Gorinshtejn (189...
Major-General's Song
"I Am the Very Model of a Modern Major-General" (often referred to as the "Major-General's Song" or "Modern Major-General's Song") is a patter song from Gilbert and Sullivan's 1879 comic opera The Pir...
Soldiers of Misfortune
"Soldiers of Misfortune" is the lead single from Filter's fourth studio album, Anthems for the Damned. It premiered on Myspace on February 25, 2008 and was released to radio stations on March 18, 2008...
Over There
"Over There" is a 1917 song popular with United States soldiers in both world wars. It was a propaganda song designed to galvanize American young men to enlist in the army and fight the "Hun".
It ...
Soldiers (Drowning Pool song)
"Soldiers" is the lead single off Drowning Pool's third studio album Full Circle. Released in 2007 and marks the Drowning Pool single debut of frontman Ryan McCombs, formerly of Soil. It also features...
The Battle of New Orleans
"The Battle of New Orleans" is a song written by Jimmy Driftwood. The song describes the 1815 Battle of New Orleans from the perspective of an American soldier; the song tells the tale of the battle w...
Gee, Mom, I Want to Go Home
"Gee, Mom, I Want to Go Home" (also known as "I Don't Want No More of Army Life") is a traditional, humorous song satirizing life in the Armed Forces. Each verse has two lines relating what recruits a...
Invisible Sun
"Invisible Sun" is a hit single by rock group The Police, released in September 1981. It was the first single to be released in the United Kingdom from the album Ghost in the Machine and it reached nu...
The General (song)
"The General" is a song by the roots rock band Dispatch.
This song tells a story about a brilliant and battle-torn old general, who has a dream in which he realizes the futility of the war he is f...
Sgt. MacKenzie
"Sgt. MacKenzie" is a lament written and sung by Joseph Kilna MacKenzie.
Joseph MacKenzie wrote the haunting lament after the death of his wife, Christine, and in memory of his great-grandfather, ...