Last updated on Sunday November 09, 2008

Is. 50:5 The Lord Jehovah has opened my ear; And I was not rebellious, Nor did I turn back.

Always rejoice, Unceasingly pray, In everything give thanks.

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When are you coming home?

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A 6 year old Heather Martin sings to her brother, Shaun, who is serving in Iraq.

You were almost sixteen

when I came into the world.

Mom and Dad had you first

then 3 more boys

I'm the baby girl.

I sure have a lot to look up to in you,

you're really smart and funny

with a big heart too.

After one year of college

you knew what you had to do.

It's just like you wanting

to help with the war.

So you joined the army

when I was only 4.

This time of year we talk of big plans

but you're over seas

in some distant land.

You can't be here for Christmas,

I don't understand.

 

Chorus

 

It's hard to enjoy the holidays

without you.

But we're so proud of you

and all the red white and blue.

Remember that Jesus

is your best friend,

And someday our families

will be together again.

Wow! You know we'll have

a great big party then.

 

Chorus

 

I want to show you

how tall I've grown and introduce you

to my new friends at school.

Maybe we could go and

get some ice cream together

but I really don't care what we do.

 

Chorus

Chorus:

When are you coming home, Shaun?

When are you coming home?!

We lit up the house like we always do

but it doesn't seem bright

'cause we can't have you.

In my prayers I ask God to keep you safe.

And I'm trying to be really brave.

Tell me that the fighting's through.

Come home! I really miss you.