"Baby USA" as written by David Barratt and Carl Marsh....
(Baby USA) A tiny piece of America nearly blew me apart
Driving on the wrong side of my English heart
I found myself caught in mid-stream
I had a dream of a brand-new start

Phone lines lie across the Atlantic
I guess it's time to fly trans-romantic

Are you lonesome baby USA?
I heard you cry 3000 miles away
Go west young man you said, I was on my way
Don't shoot, I love you baby USA

Once upon a time my world was an open book
The pages turned, I stayed put
Now like a pilgrim on Plymouth sound
I'm America bound, hand and foot

That's the pull of love's defection
A continental drift in my direction


A yellow cab from here to eternity
A fifty-floor building points to all things heavenly
Down at the roofs of high anxiety
There's just another story from the naked city

[Chorus: x2]

Don't shoot, I love you baby USA [Repeat: x2]

Don't shoot, I love you baby USA

Lyrics submitted by Major Valor

"Baby USA" as written by Carl Marsh David Barratt

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC

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