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Ain't No Law Against That
by Montgomery Gentry



My brother shot a man for breakin' in at three a.m.
No time for questions, he was just protectin' his family
That thief hit the wrong street
Some may not agree and that's their right, but I believe
In what was written, and what was given
A long time ago, for those who wanna know

Am I proud of where I'm from
How I was raised my daddy's ways in this country that I love
Am I proud that all I see
Is black and white, wrong or right, and there ain't no changin' me
Am I proud of where I stand
Damn right I am!

At the airport today I met a soldier on his way
Back home to Denver, he had just been injured
Defendin' me, talked a while and told him he
Was in my prayers, and I thought right then and there

Am I proud of where I'm from
How I was raised my daddy's ways in this country that I love
Am I proud that all I see
Is black and white, wrong or right, and there ain't no changin' me
Am I proud of where I stand
Damn right I am!

Am I proud of where I'm from
How I was raised my daddy's ways in this country that I love
Am I proud that all I see
Is black and white, wrong or right, and there ain't no changin' me
Am I proud of where I stand
Damn right I am!

Am I proud of where I'm from
How I was raised my daddy's ways in this country that I love
Am I proud that all I see
Is black and white, wrong or right, and there ain't no changin' me
Am I proud of where I stand
Am I proud of who I am
You're damn right I am!

Damn right I am!
Damn right I am!
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written by DULANEY, MICHAEL WILLIAM/THRASHER, NEIL/YEARY, JIMMY
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