"America" as written by and Al Jourgensen....
John Wayne comes riding in on his horse
He is coming to the town, yes the town, of your choice, of course
He will shoot 'em up, shoot 'em up, bang 'em up, blow 'em up
He will get rid of the bad
He is protecting all the things Americans have had, ho!

(chorus):
America
Home of the free
Fourth of July
Apple pie, ho!
We won the war, HAHAHAHA!
What war was that?
It doesn't matter 'cause we won it anyway

General MacArthur
He won World War II
And he did it single-handed
Yes, he did it for the likes of me and you
But what they didn't realize
Were the Japanese were our allies
He was living half-truths
While America is living lies

(chorus)

There are so many things in this great big country
We are ruled by the high class
Yet we have our working gentry
Yes, there are so many things in this great big nation
You can get in on all the destruction
Or watch all the creation

(chorus)

America
Home of the free
It's not the place for you and me
We're the standing joke amongst the free
And laughing at the Statue Of the Liberty
America
It's all free
Not the place for you and me
Standing joke amongst the free
Laughing at the Statue Of the Liberty
America
Have a nice day
As you're riding around in your Chevrolet
America
?
the right (provided/divided?) and Reagan robbed

America
There is no trust
If you want get the business, you have to get fucked
America, America, America, America
America, HAHAHAHA!
America, HAHAHAHA!
America, HAHAHAHA!
America, HAHAHAHA!
America
Fourth of July
Here we go with some apple pie
There's apple pie for everyone
America, there's so much fun

America
Home of the free
Not the place for you and me
Standing joke amongst the free
Stabbing at the Statue Of Liberty
Fourth of July
Fourth of July
Fourth of July
Fourth of July
Fourth of July
Fourth of July
Fourth of July....


Lyrics submitted by gothic_hobbit

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