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Lyrics

AMERICA YOU’RE MY HOME
KERRY CLARK, JERRY ANDERSON, EDDIE BOGGS

Bring to her your homeless bring to her your cold
There's a light that shines the way for those who do not know
What it means to live what it means to give
America You're My Home

In a corner of Nebraska a famer works the field
By day he fights the weather at night he'll pray for yield
The life he chose the crops he grows is all he ever knew
America he believes in you

CHORUS
America we should lend a hand
America we should take a stand
For the freedom we enjoy today
America how I love that name America
You're more than just the lady in the bay
America You're My Home

The factory towns awaken to the dawn's early light
They listen to the latest news of what's happened through the night
From city streets to factories flags are waving everywhere
America they're showing they still care

From Bunker Hill to Tripoly from Saigon to Tehran
Daughters now are fighting with the fathers with the sons
No one wants war but even more no one wants tyranny
America we're the brave and free

CHORUS
America we should lend a hand
America we should take a stand
For the freedom we enjoy today
America how I love that name America
You're more than just the lady in the bay
America You're My Home


© 1991 Kerry Patrick Clark, Jerry Anderson, Eddie Boggs