BRIANA Sorgiovanni has been attending Anzac Day services since she was six months old.
This year, the 22-year-old is marking the occasion with a tribute song titled Lest We Forget that she wrote when she was 19.
“As I grew up and formed a greater understanding, I realised others my age don’t appear to understand the true meaning of Anzac Day,” she said.
“So I wrote a song in hope that the tradition lives on.”
The Sorrento resident said the song followed “a man who is both a husband and a father through the hardships of his war journey”.
“It was written as both a form of appreciation and in hope to generate more awareness among the younger generations about the heroes of our country,” she said.
“The song will be aired on a few radio shows in the coming weeks as well as on my former school Sacred Heart College’s news forums.”