It’s America Lyrics – Rodney Atkins

It’s America” is the first single from Rodney Atkins’s upcoming album of the same name releasing March 2009. This patriotic song achieved #8 in U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs and # 52 in U.S. Billboard Hot 100, which is not bad for a country song. Below you’ll find the lyrics as well as the music video.

Rodney Atkins – It’s America Song Words

Drivin’ down the street today
I saw the sign for lemonade
They were the cutest kids
I’ve seen in this front yard

As they handed me my glass
Smiled and thinking to myself
Man what a picture perfect postcard this would make
Of America

It’s a high school prom
It’s a Springsteen’s song
It’s a ride in a Chevrolet
It’s a man on the moon
And fireflies in June
Kids selling lemonade
It’s cities and farms
It’s open arms
One nation under God
It’s America

Later on when I got home
I flipped the TV on
I saw a little town that some big
Twister tore apart
People came from miles around
Just to help their neighbors out
And I was thinking to my self
I’m so glad that I live in America

It’s a high school prom
It’s a Springsteen’s song
It’s a ride in a Chevrolet
It’s a man on the moon
And fireflies in June
Kids selling lemonade
It’s cities and farms
It’s open arms
One nation under God
It’s America

No we don’t always get it allright
But there’s place else I’d rather build my life
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Cause it’s a kid with a chance
It’s a rock n roll band
It’s a farmer cuttin’ hay

It’s a big flag flying in the summer wind
Over some a fallen hero’s grave.

It’s a high school prom
It’s a Springsteen’s song
It’s a welcome home parade
It’s a man on the moon
And fireflies in June
Kids selling lemonade
It’s cities and farms
It’s open arms
One nation under God
It’s America
It’s America