Just a workin' man in a country band
I pick and old guitar with these calloused hands
I love to knock a cold one back when I get the chance

I like Aerosmith and Copehagen dip
I like my country music with some rock n' roll grip
been known to burn one down with all my friends

I love the sound of a Harley
just a little too loud
and late-night honky-tonks
in one-horse towns

And I come from the heart of the USA
Red, white and blue collar blood runnin' my veins
just like the truck I drive everyday
Yeah, I'm American made

My politics'll go this way
gonna keep my guns and still gonna pray
what you choose to do
well, thats your right

I wish Uncle Sam would cut a little slack
for the folks like me bustin' there back
Just tryin' to make it through to friday night

When the week-end comes
My bended knee
Play our guitars loud, shake up the crowd
til everybody screams

And I come from the heart of the USA
Red, white and blue collar blood runnin' my veins
just like the truck I drive everyday
Yeah, I'm American made

And I come from the heart of the USA
Red, white and blue collar blood runnin' my veins
just like the truck I drive everyday
Yeah, Yeah I'm American made
I'm American made


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