"Flag Day" as written by Jim Miner, Efrem Schultz, Daniel Aaron Palmer, Todd Henning and Paul Michael Miner....
Dear Miss America,
You know I'm doing this for you
Hey Lady Liberty,
I'm sacrificing all for you
And through this tragedy,
I know you'll see me through

You never said the world was gonna tear me in two
You never said my blood would be red, white and blue
Is this why we pledge allegiance to you

No, the red is for the blood
No, the white is for the few
No, blue are the tears of fools

It's a common thing
It's a common thing
It's a common thing
To watch them cower as they die

It's a common thing
It's a common thing
It's a common thing
To watch the world as it dies
As they die

You never said that this world was gonna tear us apart
You never said that life would be this fuckin' hard
You never said the world would have to bleed for you

No, the red is for the blood
No, the white is for the few
No, blue are the tears of fools

It's a common thing
It's a common thing
It's a common thing
To watch them cower as they die

It's a common thing
It's a common thing
It's a common thing
To watch the world as it dies
As they die

You never said that this world was gonna tear us apart
You never said that life would be this fuckin' hard
You never said the world would watch us die. watch us die!

It's a common thing
It's a common thing
It's a common thing
To watch us cower as we die. die!


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"Flag Day" as written by Efrem Schultz Daniel Aaron Palmer

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    General Commenti think its about how the u.s. is so proud and pridefull that we are getting killed to keep that pride,and a stupid is whats killin our people
    jibbin4lifeon December 09, 2006   Link

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