Gareth Malone gave the “Military Wives” a voice in Great Britain.
And, the “Military Wives” captured a nation with the fastest selling single in 6 years!

The “Military Wives” choir from Great Britain has marched to the top of the charts, taking the coveted Christmas number one spot. Their single, “Wherever You Are,” sold 556,000 copies in the last week, more than the rest of the top 12 combined, the Official Charts Company said. The single is the fastest selling song in 6 years.

Here is their hit song – “Wherever You Are.” Enjoy.
(Warning: You may need a tissue for this one!)

“May the stars shine all around you. May your courage never cease.”

From the video:
The official video for Paul Mealor’s Wherever You Are by Military Wives with Gareth Malone.

Help the Military Wives raise money for two wonderful charities who work tirelessly to support the armed forces and their families. Buy the single and make this Christmas No 1 to make a difference to these wonderful people both at home and abroad.

‘Wherever You Are’ is a moving love song written by Royal Wedding composer Paul Mealor for the choir to sing at The Royal British Legion’s Festival of Remembrance. The music is set to a poem compiled from letters to and from the servicemen and their wives on a 6-month tour of duty in Afghanistan. It is the raw emotion of the song that has touched so many of the British public.

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UPDATE: FOX News reported more on the “Military Wives” singing group earlier today.

The Military Wives performed for the Queen of England at at the Royal Albert Hall on Remembrance Sunday.




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  1. Beautiful, pray for the families who have lost their love ones.

  2. That must really piss off the lib-turds and commies and o-mooslum…their hatred for this country and the military has never been greater

  3. Absolutely beautiful and inspiring.God bless the military and their families and a Merry Christmas to all.

  4. Awesome! Merry Christmas UK!

  5. Finally, some good news from England. This is much needed.

  6. This is great on so many levels. Gives me hope that all is not lost in Great Britian. God Bless our Allies and friends.

  7. ++

    God Bless & Thank You All!! :-)


  8. God save the Queen, may she outlive her retarded son.

  9. Very nice Jim…and my daughter so wanted Justin Bieber Underneath the Missle Toe….a melting pot of classic christmas songs perverted by the infusion of ghetto rap.

  10. I was lucky enough to have seen the three/four? videos of how this was all beginning to happen. Wonderful ending – congratulations ladies. Now, where can I purchase a copy to show my support? It’s a great song. And, not my first thought but it also shows the support of the British people not just for their loved ones serving but also for their Queen. Good show!

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