Talking 'bout me leaving America You gotta be crazy, man, I like All the nice thing, Jack Colonial suits and things, look at here
Now I am sorry for the man Who don't love this land Now black and white, they may fight But when up the enemy come We'll get together and run about all side
I love it
The sun don't come out in rainy weather But when you ball it down they are still together Now let's not overlook the fact that we are, we are still in reach You got to chance to make it and you got a freedom of speech
Say what you wanna, tell 'em how you feel There may be a lot of places, a lot of places that you like to go But believe me if you get an education you can blow You can all it blow, dig this
Now you tell me if I'm wrong America is still the best country And that's without a doubt America is still the best country Without a doubt
And if anybody says it ain't, you can try to put him out They ain't going nowhere, you got a good fight When I tell you one time that I was a shoeshine boy Every word I said, I meant
But name me any other country You can start out as a shoeshine boy And shake hand with the president It ain't gonna help you gotta had that royal blood to make it And I ain't got nothing royal but me So I can take the chances, I'm gonna stay home
And look at here I got a brand new jet When I need to move I saw a brother made it Now it ain't that a rule
So look at here Brothers and sisters and friends, dig this So quit your dreaming all night Stop beatin' yourself and get up and fight
Don't give up, you might give up, but just don't give out I know if you give out don't give up There's no quick going, I mean like keep it moving you know Cause if you stop like a ball quit rolling
Now we got two of the [Incomprehensible] from Florida to Rome Which we know there's one thing we'll never forget America's still our home, hit it bad God bless America, I'm talking about me too You know I'm American myself, I like that kind of thing, look at here
Writer/s: HAYWARD EPPS MOORE, JAMES BROWN
Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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