"These Colors Don't Run" as written by Tony Carl Mullins, Donald N. Van Zant and Johnny Roy Van Zant....
I got old glory hangin' out in my garage
And one on the chrome post flyin' in my yard
I got a patch on my jacket says, 'A Hundred And First'
And a sticker on my bumper says, 'Don't Mess With Her'

These colors don't run, I hold them dear to my heart
With all of my might I stand up and fight for every star and every stripe
Yeah, I'm a proud supporter of the men and the women
Who risk their lives for our cause, let me tell you, son
We're still number one and these colors don't run

I pledge allegiance to this nation and eagle flyin' high
I'm the first to shoot off fireworks on the 4th of July
And God bless the people who love this great land
Ah, when it comes to freedom united we stand

These colors don't run, I hold them dear to my heart
With all of my might I stand up and fight for every star and every stripe
Oh, I'm a proud supporter of the men and the women
Who risk their lives for our cause, let me tell you, son
We're still number one, these colors don't run

These colors don't run, these colors don't run
Oh, I'm a proud supporter of the men and the women
Who risk their lives for our cause, let me tell you, son
We're still number one, these colors don't run

We never will, we never have and you better be glad
These colors don't run


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"These Colors Don't Run" as written by Johnny Roy Van Zant Donald N. Van Zant

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