I love my country
I wouldn't wanna live anywhere else
But I'm not a politician or a gentry
So I've gotta look inside myself, he said

Goodbye, bye to my American pride
We had heart and great minds
But we've flung God from our side

He thought the world would come to peace
So he made his shelter in the shade
And from a distance watched this place
As a timeless war did rage
He said

Goodbye, bye to my American pride
We had heart and great minds
But we've flung God from our side

The lust for unfulfilling coin
Once controlled his power hungry life
It left no time for kids and wife
No, it wouldn't satisfy

Not a thing satisfies a searching mind

"Hey there, I heard about you, son
You're going through a rough time
You're not the only one.

Hey there, you're looking pretty glum
But don't you worry (don't you worry)
You're not the only one."

Goodbye, bye to my American life
'Cause I don't even know struggle or strife
But I've had one lowly life


Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

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