Songs for Change Desmond Last

These are the lyrics to the songs I have written that one day the United Nations General Assembly, the Security Council and the Torture Committee will hear as part of a testimony to a motion that seeks Justice for cruel and inhumane acts supported and allowed by a Prime Minister(s) and possibly a President – time and the Law will see who is responsible.

Dying in Afghanistan. 

All Copyright(s) by Desmond Last. 14.7.18 To My Original music being composed.

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Dying in Afghanistan

He lay there in the dust and sand

He bloodied red with his once life

An American Marine so far from his home

But with his Nation at his side

Afghanistan now his lasting memorial

And that of so many others too

His comrades they stood in silent salute

Their tears cried out …Why?

Why are we still dying in Afghanistan

This bloody war of Thirty years and more

How many more Marines to die in Afghanistan

Before there is a Peace?

Alongside the Marine there lay a child

She bloodied and torn apart

An Afghanistan young girl

She too a wasted trophy of war

In the hills a Taliban stood alone

His tears a flood of pain

For that young girl his daughter was

And the deadly mine he had laid.


Somewhere in Afghanistan

Somewhere in Afghanistan

A Marine from Georgia USA

Did die for his Nation

Still writing…


The Gaza

Bombs and Missiles

Gaza’s blazing inferno of death

What future for the Gaza

Other than a bloody weeping grave

Israel what destiny for thee…..  Still writing


Deadly in Yemen

How many more children have to die

In the bloody war of Yemen

Do you care Theresa May

Do you give a damn Nikki Haley….Still writing


My First Track – Those Governments who allow Children to die from starvation should not be allowed to represent themselves in the United Nations or have diplomatic representation in the U.K. Should I ever be elected as Prime Minister of the U.K by the People of the United Kingdom (not very likely but you never know) I would play this track non-stop 24/7 outside the Embassy of the Country with the worst Human Rights Record.