Help, I'm trying to find a song written about a British Soldier who threw himself on a bomb in a train station(I think). The guy may have been called Willets, but I'm not sure. We used to sing it when p!$$ed in Belfast, the lyrics are something like In the station in the city, A British Soldier stood, Talking with the people there, As other people would, Some just stared in hatred, And others turned in fear, And the lonely British Soldier wished, He was not standing here. Come join the British Army, Said the posters in his town, You'll see the world, And be a man, come serve before the crown. Well jobs were hard to come by, And he couldn't face the dole, So he took his Countries shilling, And enlisted on the role. They're not exact and it goes on for about 15 verses, but hopefully it'll ignite some memories and some kind soul will be able to tell me who its by, and where I might be able to get a copy. Ta.