We believe in a drug free America
A drug free America for me
That's the way we believe
The way that it should be

Drug free America for me

Like in Amsterdam where drugs
Are bought and sold legally
Let's take it one step further
And make them all for free

Drug free America for me

Say "nope to dope" when its not for free
Say "ugh to drugs" save your money
Don't listen to facts just sit back
And relax and help make our country
Drug free


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Drug Free America Lyrics as written by Eric Melvin Mike Burkett

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    the lyrics here are a bit wrong it say "thats what we believe in, the way that it should be" not Thats the way believe, the way that it should be"

    and i think that this is a good plan if there was a drug free canada though would be better, cuz it would save my money

    nazipunksfuckoffon July 19, 2002   Link
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    this isnt saying america should be drug free, its saying drugs should be free in america.

    cal69on December 12, 2006   Link
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    Its talking about how drugs should be free, not to be Drug free! :P

    darkdrummer11on August 25, 2008   Link
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    This song has one of my favorite intros! The transition from the intro into the actual song is great!

    iamrobertkroghon March 05, 2009   Link

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