We always hear the stories of sacrifices of veterans that sometimes shake our understanding of serving the country or illuminate our own contribution to make living in this free world bearable every day. Take the American Military Spouses Choir who knows the consequences of their chosen marriage with men on Active Duty yet found a ray of hope from each other’s stories and uplift everyone in a sisterhood filled with on-point harmony and courageous note-belting to get through the day.
Ain’t No Mountain High’ Enough Act, American Military Spouses Choir
Season 8 of America’s Got Talent introduced an unconventional choir composed of wives armed with voices that’ll move the world. In their introduction, they proved to be wives equally tough and patriotic as their husbands in Military after revealing their shared cause of helping brain-traumatized soldiers through music therapy.
Alas, we forget that the gravity of sacrifices by our American heroes also equate the constant emotional turmoil of the people who wonder if the next face flashed on TV screens would belong to their wives or husband who were deployed.
May we find a source of strength and a stronger flame of hope in times when situations like the havoc of hurricane left us with dimmed purpose to continue fighting.
Watch their fierce performance here:
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” Lyrics
Listen baby, ain’t no mountain high,
Ain’t no valley low, ain’t no river wide enough baby
If you need me call me, no matter where you are,
No matter how far; don’t worry baby
Just call my name; I’ll be there in a hurry
You don’t have to worry,
Oh baby there ain’t no mountain high enough,
Ain’t no valley low enough,
Ain’t no river wide enough
To keep me from getting to you babe
Remember the day I set you free
I told you you could always count on me darling
From that day on, I made a vow,
I’ll be there when you want me,
Some way, some how
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