"All-American Dream" as written by and Harry Barris Billy Moll....
on the edge of the world where the neon screams diet-coke religions
shotdown tv-screens american boy loves american girl
most beautiful people in the shattered world i do believe
in all-american dream i do believe in all-american dream on
the edge of the world where the freon streams snortin' up
white mountains in the pools of white limousines millenium boy
millenium girl most beautiful people in this shattered world
i do believe in all-american dream i do believe in all-american dream
in god we trust in cars we rust an i do believe in all-american dream


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    General Commentgreat song. just another america bashing song. i love it. it just mkas fun of everything we (usa) believe in
    Sweet666on November 04, 2004   Link
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    General Comment"in god we trust in cars we rust"Should be on Dollar bill:)
    TrentNINon March 09, 2005   Link
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    General Commentlol, that's awesome, trentnin.

    xD the 69 eyes are awesome.
    SolitaryRoseon February 05, 2006   Link
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    General Commentit really tells how bad america is. ugh and i have to live in it. yay great for me*rolls eyes*. the song really gets it's point down. i wish more americans would know this band and listen to this song.
    haggard_gurlon June 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti'm cracking up. it's so funny, and so CLEVER. yep, i can feel everything there...must go tell others...
    SMUSER17069464on June 08, 2006   Link
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    General Commentok I dont understand this....if the song is a big "bashing" about the USA then why the hell would they make a song like "Los Angeles" which GLORIFIES L.A which is located where??? thank you! Mattymo19 1, 69Eyes 0.......and the sad thing is i'm a huge fan of the 69eyes...just doesnt make sense to me tho.
    Mattymo19on September 26, 2008   Link

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