22
Mar
10

Lynyrd Skynyrd – That ain’t my America

Sometimes I wanna light up underneath the no-smoking sign
Sometimes I wish they’d tell me, how justice got so blind
I wish they’d just leave me alone ’cause I’m doing alright
You can take your change on down the road and leave me here with mine

‘Cause that ain’t my America
That aint this country’s roots
You wanna slam old Uncle Sam
But I ain’t letting you
I’m mad as hell and you know I still bleed Red, White, and Blue
That ain’t us
That Ain’t My America

I was standing there in Dallas
Waitin on a plane
I overheard an old man
Tell a young soldier “thanks”
The young soldier hung his head and said “it’s hard to believe
You’re the only one who took the time to say a word to me”
And the old man said…

That ain’t my America
That aint this country’s roots
You wanna slam old Uncle Sam
But I ain’t letting you
I’m mad as hell and you know I still bleed Red, White, and Blue
That ain’t us
That Ain’t My America

It’s to the women and men who in their hands hold a Bible and a gun
And they ain’t afraid of nothing, when when they’re holding either one

Now there’s kids who can’t pray in school
$100 dollar tanks of gas
I can tell you right now this country ain’t
AIN’T SUPPOSED TO BE LIKE THAT!

NO!

‘Cause that ain’t my America
That aint this country’s roots
You wanna slam old Uncle Sam
But I ain’t letting you
I’m mad as hell and you know I still bleed Red, White, and Blue
That ain’t us
That Ain’t My
That Ain’t My America
That Ain’t My America
That Ain’t My America

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