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Drive, Drive, Drive (Fergie & The Steelheads) · The All-American Rejects (The All-American Rejects) · All-American Rejects [Bonus CD Sampler] (The All-American Rejects) · The All-American Rejects (The All-American Rejects) · The All-American Rejects (The All-American Rejects) · The All-American Rejects (The All-American Rejects) · All-American Rejects [Bonus Track] (The All-American Rejects) · The All-American Rejects (The All-American Rejects) · The Very Best of Cockney Rejects (Cockney Rejects) · Devil's Rejects [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] (Hutchinson, Hutch) – and 90 other albums »


She's an all American girl
An all American girl
And she will live and die in this man's world
An all American girl

Her eyes are black as leather
by the chaos
It's no, it's no surprise
We all stand next to Jesus
Close to Satan we're both the same

These birds can't fly away away
These birds
Remind myself, myself long ago
'Fore drive, 'fore I could vote
All the time holding a grudge
'Fore I knew people could die just because
Shaft in
a while
Get out and drive your '69
And sip some honky tonk wine
Hot women in the nighttime
I'm an American offline

I got a cabin in the country where
watching drive-bys
Listening to the sad songs on the radio
It's a long way home

I feel like a reject from a freakshow
I'm kicking up the white trash from
them away
Drive them away.
Mojique buys equipment in the market place
Mojique plants devices in the free trade zone
He feels the wind is lifting up
away
The good ole American way

We can't stand by and just let it fade away
The good ole american way

I wear my name on the back of my belt
come so easily
All the kids are gonna do what they wanna
And when we get older we can sing
We're all around the world living The American Dream
The wind in my heart, the wind in my heart
The dust in my head, the dust in my head
The wind in my heart, the wind in my heart
Come to drive them away
I don't need to be a global citizen
Because I'm blessed by nationality
I'm member of a growing populace
We enforce our popularity
There are
I don't need to be a global citizen
Because I'm blessed by nationality
I'm member of a growing populace
We enforce our popularity
There are
I don't need to be a global citizen
Because I'm blessed by nationality
I'm member of a growing populace
We enforce our popularity
There are
then and do this
I'd do it for you...
When all that I want is so badly to be...
By myself again...
It's going to drive me right out of my brain
American world
Why cower to all those
Who oppose the American world?

When you walk away from that which makes you strong
You only fool yourself; you
The wind in my heart
The wind in my heart
The dust in my head
The dust in my head
The wind in my heart
The wind in my heart
(Come to) Drive them away
at the sight of a car accident,
To drive by, never being able to feel satisfied,
And to reject anyone who tries, and this is my life.
And sometimes we'd go to far 
But the good times rolled away too soon 
In my Great Big American Car 

Now she's on broken down condition 
And she's in need
them away
Drive them away.
Mojique buys equipment in the market place
Mojique plants devices in the free trade zone
He feels the wind is lifting up
a friend was still a dime

 And everything's been sold American
The early Times is finished and the want ads all are read
Everyone's been sold American
I don't need to be a global citizen
Because I'm blessed by nationality
I'm member of a growing populace
We enforce our popularity
There are things
a friend was still a dime

 And everything's been sold American
The early Times is finished and the want ads all are read
Everyone's been sold American
Worked all his life in the rail yards
Summer heat, winter cold
He sits by the fire, now he’s retired
But he don’t really feel all that old

She comes
Don't be shy
Mrs All American
I'll show you why
You're not gonna walk away
Yeah

Not just a neighbor
Oh hey there I'll ring your bell
Open your door,
though he'd rather own a new import
It's dependible and more important its all he can afford
Stops by the coffee shop to pick up some smokes and a cup
Concentration moon
Wish I was back in the alley
With all of my friends,
Still running free:
Hair growing out
Every hole in me
American way
Threatened by us
Drag