For me it was The White Cliffs of Dover. The line “tomorrow, when the World is free,” is what stands out.
I was born in Kent, not far from the white cliffs which took on a particular significance after Dunkirk. Very much a symbol of freedom.
Kent was where most of the fighting during the Battle of Britain took place and I remember playing in a bomb crater in the woods. I didn’t know it was a bomb crater at the time, I just thought it was a big hole.