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F    C   G           Am
Hey, hey what do you say?
F             C                G       Am
I come from a place called the U.S. of A.
F   C  G           Am
Ho, ho what do you know?
F         C             G
Hop in my car and let's go.


     C                     G
Well this is a song for America,
C                           G
Home of the red, white, and blue.
F                  C
Land of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean,
F                        C
Apple pie, baseball, and Shell gasoline,
    C            G             C
And if you don't love her xxxx you.


  F        C           G         Am
Beloved by all from Tikrit to Beijing,
       F            C              G          Am
If the world were a school we'd be homecoming king.
F            C             G         Am
Worshiped by France and by North Vietnam,
  F         C                G
Afghanistan thinks we're the bomb.


    C                  G
Oh, this is a song for America,
C                           G
Home of the red, white, and blue.
F                 C
Land of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean,
F                        C
Apple pie, baseball, and Shell gasoline,
F                   C
SUVs, handguns, and US magazine,
    C            G              C
And if you don't love her, xxxx you.


    F            C         G            Am
Our human rights record is something of note:
   F             C               G         Am
We freed all our slaves and gave women the vote.
F          C        G       Am
Everyone's equal forever, always,
F             C           G
Unless you're one of them gays.


    C                   G
Oh, this is a song for America,
C                           G
Home of the red, white, and blue.
F                  C
Land of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean,
F                        C
Apple pie, baseball, and Shell gasoline,
F                   C
SUVs, handguns, and US magazine,
F                  C
Low-carb diets and fast food cuisine,
    C            G             C
And if you don't love her xxxx you.


   F            C           G           Am
To all war-torn nations, to those in turmoil,
      F             C              G              Am
We'll help you kill despots, we'll help you drill oil,
    F            C              G       Am
And if you don't want our help, that's ok
      F         C  G
We're coming in anyway.


    C                   G
Oh, this is a song for America,
C                           G
Home of the red, white, and blue.
F                  C
Land of Marilyn Monroe and James Dean,
F                        C
Apple pie, baseball, and Shell gasoline,
F                   C
SUVs, handguns, and US magazine,
F                  C
Low-carb diets and fast food cuisine,
F                          C
Crack cocaine, Abu Ghraib, and nicotine,
F              C
Swindling CEOs getting off clean,
F                           C
Housewives all hopped up on amphetamine,
F                  C
Nipples get rated NC-17,
F                   C
FEMA and levees and Hurricane Katrine
F                           Am
George Bush's great rolling war machine.
  F              G              C
I think we're in trouble, don't you?


   F            C               G            Am
It might seem I don't think our country's so great,
      F          C        G              Am
But intolerance, bigotry, greed's what I hate.
F              C          G          Am
Most folks are honest and decent and true,
F            C           G                Am
Peaceful, compassionate, good through and through.
F              C           G               Am
That's what it means to be red, white, and blue,
    F            G             C
And if you don't think so xxxx you,
F            G             C     Csus4    C
If you don't think so xxxx you.
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