American Patriotism

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This is the field of Lexington Where the war for our freedom was fought This is the place where men died So that our liberty could be bought   They were farmers and craftsmen most
Moonlight shines bright; white like the stars on Ole Glory. Dark blue firmament resembles Her for field. Spattered are my clothes with red matching Her strips. As in the aftermath of battle there is an unnatural calm.
Born a soldier to fight and die Love of country, that is why Here to fight for love & freedom Some don't seem to want or need them Still we struggle, because we must To succeed, in God we trust
I, too, sing America.   I am determined. They say I don’t have common sense They don’t think I can manage myself. But I know what I am capable of,
A New Sunrise Yet to Come     Oh America! A new sunrise is yet to come To revive your honor and ideals That your martyrs and your heroes Fought to let shine radiantly
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