"Popular Americans" as written by Ian Ashley Eskelin, Douglas Kaine Mckelvey and Dave Clo....
From New York City to the Golden Gate,
The Great Lakes to the Rio Grande
There's a hip new feeling
That we're awfully appealing
To the universal common man

So get in line
If you'd like to shake our hands

[Chorus]
We're the ones
We're the popular Americans
Ooh yeah, back on the scene

We've come to pledge allegiance
At the altar of convenience
In our wide-leg baggy jeans
And we've pinned our passions

On the tail end of fashion
Now we're as sexy as our shaving cream

When in doubt
We consult our magazines

[Chorus]
We're the ones
We're the popular Americans
Oooh yeah, back on the scene
Having fun

We're the popular Americans
Oooh yeah, bet you wish you were me
I bet you wish you were me, yeah
Don't you wish you were me
Baby, back on the scene

When you're so prestigious
It makes you half-religious
In a patriotic sort of way
Our money says we trust
But you know it's only just
A party slogan we were taught to say

Nine out of ten dentists agree

[Chorus]
We're the ones
We're the popular Americans
Oooh yeah, back on the scene
Having fun

We're the popular Americans
Oooh yeah, bet you wish you were me
I'll bet you wish you were me, yeah
Don't you wish you were me, yeah
Back on the scene
Whoo!


Lyrics submitted by Cecil4029

"Popular Americans" as written by Douglas Kaine Mckelvey Dave Clo

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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