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My Enemyz Blood Posts "Amazing Grace" Video Clip

My Enemyz Blood has created its own rendition of "Amazing Grace," which can be heard below, and the band also comments:

"Our version of Amazing Grace was inspired by a good friend of ours who attended the candlelight vigil of the 19 Granite Mountain Hotshots that died fighting the Yarnell Hill Wildfire on June 30, 2013.

"His exact words were 'If you can listen to Amazing Grace being played on the bagpipes and not shed a tear, you have no soul.' It spoke volumes to me about what a powerful song this is, considering that our friend is not a religious man.

"Our prayers go out to the families of all 20 members of hotshot crew. Thank you to Casey Kendel that played the bagpipes for us at the end of the video."

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1. RYAN V writes:

I THINK THIS IS A GREAT SONG AND TRIBUTE TO THE FALLEN GRANITE MOUNTAIN HOT SHOTS IS VERY COOL RIP TO ALL WE HAVE LOST AND ARE HEROES FOREVER AND A SHOUT OUT TO ALLEN GOOD JOB MY FRIEND !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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2. JOE DISSICINI writes:

that was great, brought tears to my eyes

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