Four decades ago an man left Mississippi
To fight the war in Vietnam
Did two tours and got shot received the metal of honor
When he got home he wasn't the same man.

But when you get home tonight and give thanks to your maker
For your loved ones and the food on your table
Say a prayer for the ones who lost their lives
And the men left in the field of battle.

A heroes welcome that needs to be told
To pass through the ages of the young and old
They fought for the truth and the will to survive
All American by Birth and born with Southern Pride.


So raise the blade in the Heart of the USA
Oh, oh, oh, we're all part of he USA
Gimme them Stars and Bars for heritage not hate
Oh, oh, oh, it's the Heart of the USA.
A heroes welcome that needs to be told
To pass through the ages of the young and old
They fought for the truth and the will to survive
All American by Birth and born with Southern Pride.


So raise the blade in the Heart of the USA
Oh, oh, oh, we're all part of he USA
Gimme them Stars and Bars for heritage not hate
Oh, oh, oh, cause It's the Heart of the USA
So raise the blade in the Heart of the USA
Oh, oh, oh, we're all part of he USA
Gimme them Stars and Bars in Jacksonville Fla
Oh, oh, oh, cause it's the Heart of the USA
Heart of the USA, heart of the USA.


Lyrics submitted by bigdaddynate

"Heart of the U.S.A." as written by Robert Ingram Philip Mccormack

Lyrics © BRASSTACKS ALLIANCE

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