My old man's that old man,
Spent his life livin' off the land
Dirty hands, and a clean soul
It breaks his heart seein' foreign cars
Filled with fuel that isn't ours
And wearin' cotton we didn't grow

He's got the red, white,
And blue flyin' high on the farm
Semper fi tattooed on his left arm
Spends a little more in the store for a tag
In the back that says U.S.A.
He won't buy nothin' that he can't fix
With WD Forty and a Craftsman wrench
He ain't prejudice he's just, made in America

Loves his wife, she's that wife
That decorates on the fourth of July
But says, "Every day's Independence Day"
She's golden rule, teaches school
Some folks say it isn't cool
But she says the Pledge of Allegiance anyway

He's got the red, white, and blue flyin' high on the farm
Semper fi tattooed on his left arm
Spends a little more in the store for a tag
In the back that says U.S.A.
He won't buy nothin' that he can't fix
With WD Forty and a Craftsman wrench
He ain't prejudice he's just, made in America

Born in the heartland, raised up a family
King James and Uncle Sam

Got the red, white, and blue flyin' high on the farm
Semper fi tattooed on his left arm
Spends a little more at the store for a tag
In the back that says U.S.A.
Won't buy nothin' that he can't fix
With WD Forty and a Craftsman wrench
He ain't prejudice he's just, made in America
Made in America, made in America

Yeah my old man's that old man,
Made in America



Lyrics submitted by CowboyCritter

"Made in America" as written by Gregory Scott Reeves, Toby Keith, Bobby Pinson

Lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.

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    General Comment:A song about being proud of being an American. Everyone should be proud of where they're from.
    Susinkoon April 06, 2014   Link

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