All American

Album: Remember Her Name (2021)
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  • We're the lines on the interstate
    The dust on a back road
    We're a Friday night football game
    The lighters at a rock show
    We're the night shift, smoke break, high school heartache
    Driving with the windows down
    We're the dance floors, church pews, suit and ties, tattoos
    One big small town

    Ain't we all, ain't we all American
    Ain't we all, ain't we all American

    We're the stars in a Texas sky
    And the jukebox vinyl
    We're the New York city lights
    And a hotel bible
    We're hand me down, tailor made, daisy dukes, dookie braids
    James Brown and James Dean
    We're cold beer, champagne, millionaires, spare some change
    And everything in between

    Ain't we all, ain't we all American
    Ain't we all, ain't we all American
    We got the same stars, the same stripes
    Just wanna live that good life
    Ain't we all, ain't we all American

    We're different in a million ways
    But at the end of the day
    Ain't we all (ain't we all),(all American) all American (oh)

    Ain't we all (ain't we all), ain't we all American (all American)
    Ain't we all (ain't we all), ain't we all American (all American)
    We got the same stars, the same stripes (the same stripes)
    Just wanna live that good life
    Ain't we all, ain't we all American (oh right, woo)
    Ooh

    Yeah, we all, all American Writer/s: Emily Doty, Karen Kosowski, Mickey Guyton, Victoria Banks
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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