“God Bless The USA” ~ Meet Lee Greenwood ~ A Patriot Describes What Binds Us ~

Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless The USA” is the only music/video a LEGAL immigrant will see in the film they watch when they become a LEGAL United States citizen. His conservative, religious-based values have inspired Lee to continue serving this nation and the military. He toured with Bob Hope on over 30 USO visits worldwide. Lee builds Homes for Wounded Warriors, works with Tunnels for Towers, Folds of Honor, helping heroes and military families in need. A man who started from modest beginnings finds his life journey joining Bob Hope on world tours. He gives us his ‘take’ on Freedom. While he speaks to the right of Ukraine and Israel to exist, he’s appalled with how little we give to our veterans, notwithstanding the spending crisis at the southern border. He compares the ungrateful the illegal migrants to the pride of those who spent 7 years becoming Americans legally. He quoted Ronald Reagan, “We are only one generation from losing our Democracy”. He claims Biden wants the illegals to enter by the thousands, so they will vote for Biden in the next election. Lee describes how broken the TSA border entry system is. It’s all about keeping power. “I will stand by Donald Trump. I’ve been loyal to him and he’s been loyal to me.” He claims we must have Trump back for four more years to save this Democracy, to repair the election process, to fix the border, and send the illegals home. He says the fake media knows they are spreading false information. Where’s Lee Greenwood going in a Trump Administration? Please SHARE WITH FRIENDS AND FAMILY

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Lee Greenwood on the GrassRoots TruthCast with Gene Valentino

“God Bless The USA” ~ Meet Lee Greenwood ~ A Patriot Describes What Binds Us ~

Originally Recorded on February 13, 2024
Season 2, Episode 233

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“God Bless The USA” ~ Meet Lee Greenwood ~ A Patriot Describes What Binds Us ~

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Gene Valentino: Hi friends, we have a very popular guest with us today on Gene Valentino’s Grassroots Truthcast, country music legend from going back to the 70s and 80s, Mr.

Lee Greenwood. Lee,

Lee Greenwood: how are you? I’m great, Gene. Thank you. Nice to talk to you here on your podcast.

Gene Valentino: Thank you for joining us. We’ll make sure that this gets out to people all over the world. One of the things that interests me, folks, about having Lee Greenwood on today is that he has survived the trials and tribulations of life going back decades, and he has been the creator of an inspiration.

Did you ever have those people in life that really stand out and inspire you, motivate you? Maybe it was a high school teacher. Maybe it was a book. Maybe it was a movie. Maybe it was a song. Lee Greenwood’s here today, and we’re gonna track his journey in life and what has motivated him to be so much a part of [00:02:00] This guy, Donald Trump, listened to his three minute segment with the United States Air Force Band and his acapella group that joined him, Home Free.

If tomorrow all the things were gone, I’d work for all my life, and I had to start again, with just my children and my wife. I’d thank my lucky stars to believe. Living here today where the flag still stands for freedom and they can’t take that away.

And I’m proud to be an [00:03:00] American where the least I know I’m free and I won’t forget the men who died gave that right. And I next. And defend her still today, Cause there ain’t no doubt I love this land, God bless the U. S. A., God bless the U. S. A. Do, do, do, do. From the lakes of Minnesota to the hills of Tennessee.

Across the plains of Texas, Oh, from sea to shining sea, From Detroit down to Houston, And New York to L. A., Where there’s [00:04:00] pride in every American heart, And it’s time we stand and say, Oh, man, I’m proud to be an American, Well, at least I know. I’m free, and I won’t forget the men who died who gave that right to me.

And I gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today. Cause there ain’t no doubt I’m the love of this land. God bless the USA. God bless this country. And I’m proud of you. I’m David Pasqualone, and I’m here to tell you how to be an American, or at least I know I’m free. And I won’t forget the men who died who gave that right to me, and I gladly stand up, stand [00:05:00] up, next to you and defend her still today, cause there ain’t no doubt, I love this land.

God bless the U. S. A.

Gene Valentino: welcome back. We hope. You were inspired, motivated, and I don’t know what to say, Lee, but every time I watch that production of yours with Home Free, your a cappella group, and the United States Air Force Band, I walk away with a tear in my eye.

You are a man that developed this music with a sense of motivation and patriotism. I guess I’m putting words in your mouth. Did, was it patriotism? What motivated you to write this song?

Lee Greenwood: I guess we go back to [00:06:00] how I was raised in Sacramento, California on a farm. And my dad, Eugene Greenwood, joined the Navy after the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

And my mother, who was a piano player and a, and a cleric for Standard Oil and for Southern Pacific had to separate. And that’s what war does sometimes. Military, you know, families can’t survive. So I was raised on this farm by my grandparents and we had two air bases not too far from us, McClellan and Mather Air Force Base, they’re below Sacramento.

And I I can remember playing dances over there when I was just a kid. I mean, I started playing music when I was like 10, 11, 12. By the time I was 14 or 15, I was already working in nightclubs in order to make some money because we didn’t have very much. My grandparents were sure croppers. So in order to just like make a living, I mean, you know, get an economy had to do something.

And so music came to me easily and became the thing that I would depend upon when [00:07:00] I actually left high school and move on to

Nevada and I, I, I stayed there a long time before I had my country music career and moved to Nashville.

Nashville, Tennessee. So it was it was just a part of me that as I turned the page on my life and started growing up and learning about what my responsibilities were as an entertainer, as a citizen of America somewhere along the road, I got the inspiration to write the song you mentioned and just played with my friends home free.

And, and I, I would just we wrote, we did that recording in 2020, by the way, that was when no one was working during the pandemic. And there have been a lot of versions of me singing God Bless the USA. I sang at two different presidential inaugurations, President Bush 41 and also President Trump at the Lincoln Memorial.

Both places were, were inspiring for me. I guess as, as I look at how America is moved by my song, I, I guess I remember my father and how he was moved by God Bless America. And America the Beautiful, [00:08:00] when Ray Charles sang that years ago. Those are inspiring for me as well. So it gives me great. Yeah, I’m sorry.

Go ahead. It just gives me great pleasure to know that I’ve made a difference in a lot of people’s lives, including, by the way, Gene immigrants who come to this country because God Bless the USA is the only other song played in the film that an immigrant will see when they become a citizen of the United States.

Gene Valentino: Isn’t that interesting. It really drives to your conservative values. I, I don’t know if it was a Christian conservative based motivation or has it been the issues and the events of the era of the decades that have inspired you to bring it back to life? I certainly know one guy who thinks it’s phenomenal and that’s Donald Trump.

But what’s, where’s the motivation coming from?

Lee Greenwood: I think just years of growing up in a free country. You have to know that the years I spent in Nevada [00:09:00] were somewhat of an isolated bubble, but I tried to keep abreast of international and national conflict and news. It wasn’t always easy because I was working most of the time in the casinos.

So the only time I really had to pay attention when I was going outside is when I was awake and I was either working or sleeping. And and believe me, it was a factory and I worked an awful lot, but after my 20 years there and I moved to Nevada, to Tennessee then things changed for me. I became more aware of what was around me.

And, and although I started working for the USO when I was 14 or 15 years old, I became more of a player when I moved to Tennessee and started doing international USO tours. And there were 16 of those including Around the World with Bob Hope on his last tour to understand how broad and, and and, and sparse is our military around the world and what a presence it It is [00:10:00] for us to protect our allies and our resources.

So a lot of those things may be played in my mind when I was reading documents and newspapers and hearing news releases. When I wrote God Bless the USA, but maybe overall, maybe it’s just because I’m a citizen of America.

Gene Valentino: And a very proud one, indeed. It’s so clear to me that you’ve you’ve reached the immigrants, as you’ve said.

I don’t want to gloss over that. I think that that describes exactly where we are. No one said we’re anti immigration. I think what we’re asking is that people coming into this country come in legally. and had go through the hoops as every other immigrant did, including my Italian and Irish grandparents.

It’s clear to me that they were so proud to be American that they were telling my father, don’t worry about him learning Italian in high school or college. I’m still working on my English. My grandfather used to say, and, and, and it brings back a humble [00:11:00] thing because The patriotism in those people, my grandfather in World War I received the Purple Heart for his time in duty, and he wasn’t worried.

He wasn’t worried about me learning Italian. He was worried about the American system, and he was so proud of it. And I think he’d be turning over in his grave today if he saw what was going on. I, I, I can’t tell you how heartfelt it’s been for people. Can I say our generation that have obviously looked to Gen X, Y, and Z and said what the hell’s going on here?

Don’t you guys, look at the immigrant. We are a nation of immigrants, Lee. Why is it that some of the people who’ve been here a generation or two with their families don’t appreciate it the way these people who came here legally appreciate it? What

Lee Greenwood: do you think? Well, change is inevitable, first of all. [00:12:00] And in this democracy, change is come from the next generation’s opinion of what freedom is and what America is.

In a time of rural crisis, particularly in World War I, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, We were threatened. The war, the United States was threatened and, and we dedicated our resources, our soldiers and, and, and we fought for the right to exist. It, it reflects in my mind right now about the right to exist for Israel and how the attack upon them was unbelievable.

And then you look at the scope of world domination from Russia attacking Ukraine and where that brings the United States. What do we do? And I, I, I recognize, and I saw this recent aid package that Congress has now just declared for Ukraine and Israel. And yet how much money it is and how little we’re giving to our veterans.

And then we, then we look at [00:13:00] immigration, you know, from the the broken election process to the absolutely absurd immigration that comes across our southern border. I’m just, I’m worried about whether or not our young people understand what crisis this is bringing to us. I think that unless you lived in Southern Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, or Southern California, you don’t actually realize how bad it is.

The rest of the country, the other, you know, states who may not yet understand how bad it’s affecting their local community or local economy by how many illegals are coming here. I mean, I’ve met people who spent the seven years to become a legal citizen and they are so proud to be an American. Oh my gosh.

And yet these illegals who come here don’t really give a heck. about what America is. They don’t want to assimilate. They want to [00:14:00] take from and destroy whatever our, our, our nation is and, and our freedoms we enjoy. It just, it bothers me very much. And I think

Gene Valentino: you’ve just touched on the difference between an earlier generation of immigration versus what’s coming through the, through the doors now illegally.

I, I think it’s unfair that that they think they’re entitled to part of your tax dollars and mine, where we’ve worked hard to protect an institution. I think whatever if I use the expression with you, failure to defend the rights of other people may someday result in your rights not being defended.

What, what say you?

Lee Greenwood: Well, I totally agree. I can’t remember who made that quote, to tell you the truth, but I’ve heard it before. And I remember the quote from Ronald Reagan that said, we’re only one generation from being extinct as a democracy. So, yes, I, I totally agree. I think that

Gene Valentino: there’s an attitude [00:15:00] and yes, while, while it’s true, we need immigration laws refined, you can, we, The elephant in the room is a president who’s incapacitated in some capacity, in some way, from doing the obvious that Donald Trump did.

He closed the border and shipped him out. You can’t tell me we need legislative acts in Congress to deal with the border when the authority is vested in Mr. Biden right now to remedy the situation if he wanted to.

Lee Greenwood: I don’t think he wants to. I think the whole situation about having illegals come across the border by the thousands, and I mean by the thousands.

It’s about voting in the next election. And, and if that’s why I mentioned the broken election process, if you can, if you can walk through an airport and not have to, as an illegal immigrant, have your picture taken [00:16:00] or present identification. When I came through LaGuardia the last time out through New York, and it was a glitch getting through, there was too many people trying to get through who were illegals.

I’ll If I wanted to beat the crowd, I’d just tell them by the way, I have no identification. I don’t want my picture. Oh, okay. You can walk right through TSA. Go right ahead. That’s what I felt, you know, that the system is so broken.

Gene Valentino: Yeah, but I think folks like you stepping up to remedy and create a new level of inspiration.

I don’t want to give up on this nation. I, I, I truly believe in it. The tears that come to my, my, my eyes when I hear your song again. I see in the eyes of millions of people around this nation that really still believe. This is, to me, more of an issue of bad behavior and political recklessness than

Lee Greenwood: it is No, it’s a position, it’s a position to keep

Gene Valentino: power.

Oh, absolutely. That’s believe they go, yeah, they go hand [00:17:00] about

Lee Greenwood: that. Absolutely. And if this next election does not elect Donald Trump to be president again, we may never see a Republican party again. I agree

Gene Valentino: with you completely can you tell? I just I, I do believe that this is one of those critical transformational moments in nation.

And I’m just so proud of you for your, you know. You’re a country music artist going back to the 70s and 80s when you were getting off the ground. We didn’t even talk about the litany of successes you’ve had. Let me just run for a second. First, you earned multiple CMA and ACM awards, a Grammy Award for Top Male Vocal Performance on IOU in 1985 and a multitude of other prestigious nominations.

Your discography includes 22 studio albums, seven compilation albums, seven number one hits, and 38 singles, including [00:18:00] songs like It Turns Me Inside Out, Ring on Her Finger, Time on Her Hand, She’s Lyin Don’t Mind the Thorns if You’re the Rose. Shall I continue? I think you’ve got dozens more you could boast

Lee Greenwood: about, huh?

Yeah, we sing them almost every night in our shows. That’s wonderful. And when the audience recognizes them, they immediately break into applause. It’s a great reminder of how my career has gone. You should be very

Gene Valentino: proud, and what’s beautiful is that arts and entertainment has such historical importance.

You know, for the younger generations who don’t appreciate it, doing what Bob Hope did is what Lee Greenwood is doing, and that’s traveling around to visit the American patriots, the real patriots who are putting their lives on the lines for you and me the soldiers. Of this nation and lead you going with them on what, about 30 USO tours


Lee Greenwood: Well, there’ve been 16 international tours, but I [00:19:00] toured a lot, a lot here in this country, particularly after 2001. I went with the first lady, almost every military base in the country. And and we continue to meet soldiers wherever they are and their families, and of course, first responders who tend to be pushed aside, and also the caregivers.

And of course, Elizabeth Dole and her foundation.

What’s up with

Gene Valentino: the media, Lee? Why don’t they have the passion to support this nation and our soldiers in war the way they do? The way you’re doing it. Why does it take one or two conservative networks to get your word out? I know Fox News is a strong supporter of yours and one or two others, but what’s, what’s going on with the rest of the fake news?

I’m not,

Lee Greenwood: I’m not really sure. It’s, I think it’s a trickle down effect. Those who have something more to [00:20:00] gain. By being in the liberal machine, but to be fair as a publicist, as a, as a broadcaster, I, I really don’t understand the biased opinion that some of the networks have and under the auspices that they are breeding the truth and, and, and broadcasting the truth.

I just, I, to call them on the carpet would take someone else with great courage. And and I give those who are in broadcast media that does cause out, that does call out those who are, that are spreading false information. Well,

Gene Valentino: what I think your music has done is fall, fallen into a you know, the top houses, Columbia, Sony, Universal, Warner, you can name another few.

But Getting your music out in that environment where it was always record based contracts and now with what was his name Anthony oh boy, [00:21:00] his name just went out of my head. The, the the guy who wrote about Richmond South of Richmond anyway, that artist went through iTunes.

Oliver Anthony, yes, Anthony Oliver, his song went through iTunes and got a lot of attention, but it didn’t capture any record company’s interest. Do you see a lot of your efforts going forward trying to do, do you have to work through a record company is what I’m trying to say?

Lee Greenwood: No, no, the way music is pushed today, every kid has a Instagram or a TikTok account.

And music is pushed through social media. There’s very little hard copy anymore. It is great to get in a studio and record something, but it’s no longer on vinyl. I mean, there is a resurgence of vinyl, even with my two sons that are 28 and 25, they’ve discovered vinyl albums. And I tell them, I said, the reason we got rid of vinyl, because it doesn’t last.[00:22:00]

That’s why I went to CDs and then now, now flash drives. And, and that’s how we carry our music around in our watch. You know, it’s just a, it’s a whole different thing. Remember Dick Tracy. And Dick Tracy, the detective that had a watch he talked to. Guess what? We’ve got a watch we talk to now. It’s crazy.

Hey Lee, I’ll see you for coffee in 10 minutes. There you go. That’s about what it is. I just, it blows me away. Hey, I

Gene Valentino: was trying to give credit before to Richmen, North of Richmen by Yeah, Oliver, Oliver Anthony. And I, forgive me for that misstep. But I’m interested. I’m interested in where Lee Greenwood’s going under a Trump administration.

How’s that for a throw out?

Lee Greenwood: Well, that’s interesting. I will stand beside the president. I’m loyal to him and he’s loyal to me, by the way. He’s a very loyal person. I like him a lot. I like his boasting. Sometimes he says things that make people ruffle up. But he [00:23:00] tells the truth. It may be a little bit caustic at times, but he says what’s true and what he believes.

So I, I will stand by him and if the president requires me to do performances or appearances with him, I’ll be just thrilled to do that.

Gene Valentino: Well, I’m honored. He was you know, you judge a person by their actions, not their words. And he has having you at his side to convey the patriotic message.

picks up where he leaves off. And you know, to your earlier point, I used to be a county commissioner here in Escambia County, Florida two terms, eight years. And when I’m running for office, I would say to the folks, look, you don’t have to like me, but did you like what I did for you? Are you pleased with the things we got done?

If you are, please vote for me again. I’m, how do you make 100 percent of the people happy 100 percent of the time? I, I, I, I, I, and I have been not as measured as I could have [00:24:00] been in certain situations, but, you know, we’re all humans and we all have weaknesses and frailties, and I guess we say and do things at times we then later regret.

It sounds like the human condition.

Lee Greenwood: What do you think? Well, there’s a an expression about following the letter of the law, and then there’s another expression that says the law can be interpreted. It’s a little of both, to tell you the truth. All laws are not absolute. You come up to a red light, there’s nobody sitting there, and it’s two o’clock in the morning, and you’re sitting, and you’re waiting for the light to turn green.

You have the ability to look around, there’s nobody here, I’m in the middle of, of nowhere, and I go through the red light, so I continue my process. Breaking the law is not what I’m talking about. It’s about interpreting what the need of the law serves. And if it serves the community and the public correctly, then that law could be either enforced or not enforced.

And every police officer has that same right. And, and, and legal responsibility. If they pull [00:25:00] somebody over, they have their, they have the authority to say they deserve a ticket or don’t deserve a ticket. What was their malice? What was their intention? And so I think maybe that as citizens, we need to do the same thing.

We do interpret the actions of the people around us. Is it about prejudice? Is it about bias? Is it about just being? in need. I have, I have been at the bottom of the barrel before and I understand when you have nothing and, and when you have to fend for your family. And sometimes it just depends on where you are in life.

Do I still do something illegal? How do I, you know, where do I go to make the next meal? I understand that process. I’ve been there. And So I just, I’m so glad that we’re just here in this country. I mean, only here do we have the ability to help someone else with it. This is a country of people who are really benevolent.

Yes. I mean, we have so many charities that take care of people. And and my main aim over my lifetime has come down to this, is basically [00:26:00] serving our military. We build homes for wounded boyars. We we work with tunnels to towers out of New York. We work with folds of honor. And helping a hero and others that do things for our military.

There’s so many organizations, you would not guess there’s that many, but there really are.

Gene Valentino: And that’s what distinguishes us from the rest of the world. You know, you mentioned Ukraine and Israel earlier. Sure, we’re going to step up and do something to help them. I’m whether they’re in NATO or not, the real issue to me is where’s that money going and has all the money gone to the cause of the of the protection of them?

You, you, we are the most giving nation in the world, and we’re also more self deprecating. We criticize ourselves more than other nations allow themselves to be criticized. But you’re right, we’re so giving, and so are you. Talk to me about God Bless the USA

Lee Greenwood: Bible. Thank you for mentioning that. It came to my attention, oh, I mean, two, three years ago, [00:27:00] How our Founding Fathers got here on the Mayflower.

When they landed at Plymouth Rock, they weren’t trying to escape religion. They brought religion to this country because they wanted to get away from the King of England, who was telling them what religion to use or be. And so, in our Bibles, and I have a King James Version, I have a New and Editioned Version as well I was wondering why, when people ask about our beginning as a country, It’s not totally available the reading of the Constitution or the Bill of Rights or the Declaration of Independence.

You have to go to Congress, and it’s not really readable. If you see the one in D. C., it’s under glass. You can’t really hardly read it. I mean, you can get maybe at the library. It’ll be a book that may have it in it. I said, why don’t we just put our faith with the beginning of our country? Let’s put our, our, our documents of how this country got started and faith together.

And, and so we produced this Bible. It is is leather bound, and it says on the very front of it God bless the USA. [00:28:00] So, we just call it the USA Holy Bible. But those documents I just mentioned are in the back of the Bible. After you finish reading the end of, of it, and you go to the final pages, you’ll see our Constitution, readable.

The Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, and Pledge of Allegiance, and the publishers asked me if I would put in my lyrics of God Bless USA for just the chorus. So I hand wrote, I hand wrote that as well. It’s a beautiful Bible, available on usabible. com or leegreenwood. com and click on the

Gene Valentino: tab.

Yes, I’m glad you threw in the pitch. I wanted to make sure you got your contact information in there. Would you repeat it one more time, all of your contact information,

Lee Greenwood: please? Yeah, it’s go to LeeGreenwood. com and click on the tab that says Holy Bible, God Bless the USA Bible. Or you could go to GodBlessTheUSABible.

com as well and order your Bible right from there. And they’re available now. We had a little bit of glitch in the supply chain, but now they’re [00:29:00] available. So you could order them right away and have them soon.

Gene Valentino: Folks, we’re talking with Lee Greenwood, a country music star that goes back to the 1980s. He admits, like me, Lee, you’re not speaking out of school.

Like me, I’m a, like you, I’m a rags to riches story, and I’m so proud of what this nation has offered and given me to succeed, and and what we and as a most giving nation in the world, what we need to do to step up, continue to do so. But put a value on who we are as Americans, who we are as citizens, protect that right to vote, protect our border, protect and turn around the economy and this nation and everything related to what was working right under this gentleman, Mr.

Donald Trump, who Lee Greenwood is, has Has the emblem, the the edifice of a most beautiful song. God Bless, the USA, written in 1984, now captured by [00:30:00] Donald Trump on his speaking tours throughout the nation. Lee Greenwood. I don’t want you to be late for any appointments or your next meeting, and I know we’re running out of time, but I want to thank you, sir, not only for your music.

But for your patriotism to this nation you have done more than most to hang in there through the trials and tribulations. And you have morphed as many people have, to becoming not only a good citizen, a good patriot for the, these United States, but you’ve given inspiration to many other people, including me.

And we’re going to close. Any

Lee Greenwood: final words? Yes, let me give you this final thought. I know we’re divided as a nation between democracy, to me, democratic and republican and also independent. What is a common theme, however, between the two parties is that there are people of faith, And they’re a military.

That’s what binds us together through the Democratic [00:31:00] and the Republican parties and binds us together as a nation. So even though we may divide it politically, we are still citizens of this country.

Gene Valentino: Thank you, Lee Greenwood. And we’re going to close today with the same three minute tune that we opened with.

Let Lee’s words, and that’s the view, let’s take a look at that can we come up close on it? There we go. Let’s see

Lee Greenwood: that book. God Bless the USA Bible, leather bound, available now on godblesstheusabible. com or leegreenwood. com.

Gene Valentino: Thank you everybody for joining us on another episode of Gene Valentino’s Grassroots Truthcast.

Enjoy the next three minutes with Lee Greenwood, the United States Air Force Band. And Home Free. Take care.

[00:32:00] If tomorrow all the things were gone, I’d work for all my life, and I had to start again, with just my children and my wife. I’d thank my lucky stars to believe. Living here today where the flag still stands for freedom and they can’t take that away.

And I’m proud to be an American where the least I know I’m free and I won’t forget the men who died gave that right. And I next. And defend her still today, Cause there ain’t no [00:33:00] doubt I love this land, God bless the U. S. A., God bless the U. S. A. Do, do, do, do, do, do. From the lakes of Minnesota To the hills of Tennessee Across the plains of Texas, Oh, from sea to shining sea, From Detroit down to Houston, And New York to L.

A., Where there’s pride in every American heart, And it’s time we stand and say, Oh, man, I’m proud to be an American, Well, at least I know. I’m free, and I won’t forget the men who died [00:34:00] who gave that right to me. And I gladly stand up next to you and defend her still today. Cause there ain’t no doubt I’m the love of this land.

God bless the USA. God bless this country. And I’m proud of you. I’m David Pasqualone, and I’m here to tell you how to be an American, or at least I know I’m free. And I won’t forget the men who died who gave that right to me, and I gladly stand up, stand up, next to you and defend her still today, cause there ain’t no doubt, I love this land.

God bless the U. [00:35:00] S. A.

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