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As we commemorate the loss of life as a result of terrorist attacks on 9/11 in NYC, at the Pentagon in Washington, DC and over the fields of Shanksville, Pennsylvania, here are two video versions of the 2003 Darryl Worley country song “Have You Forgotten”.   The first one was posted on Youtube by Worley himself, I believe.  It may have been edited a bit since it was first released in 2003.

The second version is much more graphic in showing victims of the World Trade Center terrorist attacks.  All of the footage from 9/11 is real except for a couple of seconds probably taken from the dramatic movie entitled “United 93”.   In reality, the terrorist’s intentions were thwarted by passenger Todd Beamer and other heroes of Flight 93 who gave their own lives so that others might be saved.

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